Energy

There is a wide specter of collaboration activities in this area with several institutions involved in both countries. The Norway-Japan network “Kyoto International Forum for Energy and Environment” (KIFEE) plays an important role as marketplace and springboard for students, researchers and industry. The offshore wind related activities include both academia and industry in order to develop feasible implementation through proper stake holder management.

Examples of themes:

  • Renewable Energy, such as Photovoltaic, Ocean Energy including Offshore Wind
  • Energy Systems including Smart Grid, Energy Management
  • Power Electronics
  • Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies
  • Process Engineering/Energy Conversion including Heat Pumps
  • Energy Storage (materials related)
  • Electrolysis
  • Nuclear Power Safety, OECD Halden Reactor Project
  • Non-fossil based energy carrier systems

Articles

Liquid wind and gas from Norway to Japan?

Liquid wind and gas from Norway to Japan?

Kawasaki Heavy Industries is considering shipping Norwegian wind and gas to Japan in the form of liquid hydrogen. By David Berstad and Petter Nekså Translated and edited by Hanne Siri Heglum Norway exports large amounts of unrefined natural gas and oil, as well as electricity. Japan is on the other hand a net importer of(…)

Japan-Norway Energy Science Week 2015
May 27, 2015 : Tokyo, Japan

Japan-Norway Energy Science Week 2015

The Japan-Norway Energy Science Week will take place in Tokyo from 27.-29. May.   The two-day event will highlight major R&D actions and priorities in both Japan and Norway , to seek new possibilities and solutions within environmental friendly energy. The aim of Energy Science Week is to explore ways to increase the collaboration between Norway(…)

JSPS call for proposals for open partnerships in all academic fields

JSPS call for proposals for open partnerships in all academic fields

From FY2013, under the framework of its bilateral program, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) includes a new scheme called Open Partnership Joint Research Projects/Seminars. This scheme gives all researchers around the world an opportunity to conduct bilateral joint research projects or seminars in any academic field with funded Japanese colleagues. The scheme supports(…)

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