The Renewable Energy Cluster (Norwegian: Fornybarklyngen) works to develop energy systems, value chains and business opportunities by uniting participants with complementary roles for cooperation based development.
The cluster aims to stimulate sustainable value creation and low carbon transition by promoting innovation, increased production and efficient use of renewable energy and associated technologies.
The Renewable Energy Cluster is a non-for-profit membership based association. It is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by a general assembly.
More than 70 companies and organizations participate in the cluster. The cluster’s geographical point of gravity is the university city of Trondheim, the technology capital of Norway.
The Renewable Energy Cluster is part of the Norwegian Innovation Clusters programme and built upon international recognized principles for cluster initiatives.
The innovation company FI represents the Renewable Energy Cluster management and provides facilitation services.