What we do
The Renewable Energy Cluster is a facilitator of high-value cooperation between parties, by developing innovation projects and new energy business models, and bringing members closer to markets, customers and peers.
- We connect people, businesses, organisations and public sector
- We facilitate cooperations and projects between businesses, and between the private sector, research institutions and public sector
- We develop new initiatives, projects and spin-outs in the renewable energy sector
Main work areas
Hydrogen will be an important and necessary energy carrier to reduce climate gas emissions. Hydrogen is especially relevant as fuel for ships and heavy transport. By providing places to collaborate and share knowledge, innovation, technology and solutions, the Renewable Energy Cluster contributes to the development of infrastructure and new value chains.
Cargo and passenger transport is the sector facing the biggest change in reducing climate gas emissions. The most important step is the transition from fossile fuels to renewable energy. The Renewable Energy Cluster is engaged in the development of renewable energy as fuel for mobility purposes. This includes exploring topics such as energy storage, infrastructure, and new value chains for delivering high-effect energy to new areas.
Increased use of renewable energy is neccesary in successfully implementing the green shift. This includes improving current green energy production facilities, as well as building new ones. The Renewable Energy Cluster is concerned with new production technology, the interaction between different production methods in energy systems, local energy systems, as well as economical yield in large-scale development projects.
The rapid development of different energy systems involves many players and innovative solutions. How does new technology affect the energy systems? How can we develop new business models and value chains providing profitable restructuring and development? The Renewable Energy Cluster brings together different key players to exchange trends and identify needs and opportunities with tomorrow’s energy systems.