Energi21 - National strategy for research and innovation within new climate friendly energy technology

About Energi21

Focus areas in Energi21 strategy 2022 The Energi21 strategic body is an independent advisory body established by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy in 2008. 

Energi21 provides advice to the authorities on the organisation of public allocations to research, both thematically and financially.  The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy uses the Energi21 strategy as a basis for guiding its allocations to research, development, demonstration and commercialisation of new climate-friendly energy technologies. The Energi21 strategy is designed to promote coordinated, efficient and targeted development of knowledge and technology in the energy sector.

The Energi21 strategy document is Norway’s national strategy for research, development and commercialisation of new climate-friendly energy technology. Its goal is to increase value creation and achieve efficient utilisation of resources in the energy sector by increasing research and innovation. The purpose of Energi21 is to ensure more coordinated and enhanced engagement in the business sector with respect to research, development, demonstration and commercialisation of climate-friendly energy technology for stationary purposes and transport. Energi21 was established by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy in 2008.

This strategy is the fifth in the series and a revision of the previous strategy drawn up in 2018. The energy sector has undergone radical changes over the past four years. The market and technology are developing at a rapid speed and there is a greater focus on energy transition and industrialisation. As a consequence, energy carriers and sectors of society now need to work closer together.

 

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Energi21 Strategy 2022

Summary report

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like more information about Energi21 and our strategic recommendations.

 

Contact info: 

director Lene Mostue, e-mail: lm@rcn.no phone: +47 41639001

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