Energi- og prosessteknologi


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The research group for Energy and Process Technology (EPT) is involved in several research initiatives, research projects, and international networks.


EPT coordinates various project proposals and other initiatives:

  • Prosa21 – Process Safety in the Twenty-first Century: A survey targeting practitioners in the field of process safety and related areas.  
  • NORISS – Norwegian Infrastructure for Safety and Security (submitted 15 November 2023) 
  • SFI-V Prosa21 – Process Safety in the Twenty-First Century: An initiative for a Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI-V) coordinated by EPT (work in progress) 

EPT coordinates several projects:

  • HySchool – Norwegian research school on hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels (2022-2030). 
  • JIP HyRISE – Risk-reduction for hydrogen installations by partial suppression of explosions (2021-2026) 
  • SH2IPS – Safe Hydrogen Implementation: Pre-normative research for Ships (2021-2028) 
  • HySociety – Hydrogen as an energy carrier in society: risk picture, risk awareness and public acceptance (2021-2027) 
  • HySALA – Hydrogen Safety Laboratory 

EPT is also partner in various other projects:

  • FME HyValue – Norwegian Centre for Hydrogen Research (2022-2030), coordinated by NORCE. 
  • KPN SH2IFT-2 – Safe Hydrogen Fuel Handling and Use for Efficient Implementation 2 (2021 - 2025), coordinated by SINTEF. 
  • KSP Hy4GET – Large-Scale Offshore Hydrogen Storage for Green Energy Transition (2023-2027), coordinated by SINTEF.
  • KSP AmPEP – Ammonia Production via Electrocatalytic Processes, coordinated by the Department of Chemistry, UiB.

EPT is active partner in various international networks, including:

  • IEA Hydrogen TCP Task 43 – Energy Agency Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Programme Task 43 on Hydrogen Safety.
  • IA HySafe – International Association for Hydrogen Safety (IA HySafe)
  • ECHA – European Clean Hydrogen Alliance
  • FABIG – Fire And Blast Information Group
  • IHEC – International Hydrogen Energy Centre, under the auspices of United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)