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In October 2020, the international collaboration project between Norway and China, IntHydro, was formally kicked off in a digital meeting.
As one of three pilots in the EU Horizon 2020 E-LAND project, Port of Borg in Southern Norway aims to develop into an energy hub, providing energy and services to land and sea transport.
The concept of sector coupling promises to provide flexibility for rising renewable shares. A strong metric is needed to determine the viability and economic feasibility of different sector coupled energy systems.
During the first year of the E-LAND project, Work Package 7 focused on setting a foundation for creating the business model innovator toolkit and draft business models for the pilots. In Deliverable 7.1, important work has been presented.
In June, the collaborative project between Norwegian and Chinese partners, IntHydro, will officially start. The project represents a major opportunity for Smart Innovation Norway to enter the Chinese market.
In the beginning of May, Smart Innovation Norway got word that the company has won its 13th Horizon 2020 project. The ENCHANT proposal, coordinated by NTNU, obtained a high score from the European Commission.
During the winter and spring, Smart Innovation Norway’s Research & Innovation team has been expanded with two more colleagues – one new and one old acquaintance.