Country:Norway
Year:2004
Policy status:Superseded
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2004
Date Ended:2013
Policy Type:Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D), Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D)>Research programme , Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D)>Research programme >Technology development
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, Power, Multiple RE Sources, Multiple RE Sources, All, Multiple RE Sources, CHP, Multiple RE Sources, Heating
Agency:The Research Council of Norway
URL:http://www.forskningsradet.no/servlet/Satellite?cid=1088801905103&pagename=renergi%2FPage%2FHovedSide&site=renergi
Funding:NOK 383 Million for 2012
Energy Efficiency Description:

Clean energy for the future (RENERGI, 2004-2013) is a broad energy RD&D programme administered by the Research Council of Norway. RENERGI encompasses all energy research except petroleum, and includes socio-economic and basic research in the energy field. The primary research areas are renewables (hydro, bioenergy, wind, photovoltaics, thermal solar and ocean energy), energy usage, energy system (including distribution and transmission), biofuels and hydrogen. RENERGI had a budget for 2006 of NOK 150 million and NOK 165 million for 2007.

Renewable Energy Description:

Clean energy for the future (RENERGI, 2004-2013) is a broad energy RD&D programme administered by the Research Council of Norway. RENERGI encompasses all energy research except petroleum, and includes socio-economic and basic research in the energy field. The primary research areas are renewables (hydro, bioenergy, wind, photovoltaics, thermal solar and ocean energy), energy usage, energy system (including distribution and transmission), biofuels and hydrogen. RENERGI had a budget for 2006 of NOK 150 million and NOK 165 million for 2007.

Climate Change Description:

Clean energy for the future (RENERGI, 2004-2013) is a broad energy RD&D programme administered by the Research Council of Norway. RENERGI encompasses all energy research except petroleum, and includes socio-economic and basic research in the energy field. The primary research areas are renewables (hydro, bioenergy, wind, photovoltaics, thermal solar and ocean energy), energy usage, energy system (including distribution and transmission), biofuels and hydrogen. RENERGI had a budget for 2006 of NOK 150 million and NOK 165 million for 2007.

This record is superseded by:Research Council of Norway, ENERGIX program

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