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Large-scale programme for Energy reserarch (ENERGIX)

Note:The mobile version of contains a simplified version of the request for funds. Unfortuanilty it is not possible to create an application. You can find a complete version in Desktop version


The ENERGIX programme was launched in 2013. The programme is designed to generate new knowledge and solutions that promote the long-term development of the energy system. This will require steadily increasing consumption of renewable energy, more energy-efficient solutions, closer energy integration with Europe, and improved flexibility. Important secondary objectives for the programme are:

The ENERGIX programme encompasses the stationary energy system and environment-friendly energy for transport. Activities under the programme are targeted towards the following thematic priority areas:

The ENERGIX programme will promote the long-term, sustainable development of the energy system to enhance the competitiveness of Norwegian trade and industry and facilitate the transition to a low-emission society.


Projects with funding

At present, these projects have received funding from the ENERGIX-programme. The overview provides access to summaries and other key information on all the projects under the programme. (The overview may contain information in Norwegian.)

This programme/activity normally accepts grant applications from:

Companies, groups of companies or trade and industry organisations, as a general rule in collaborative projects between companies and/or R&D groups (within universities, university colleges and/or research institutes).

Norwegian research organisations (see the document Definition and specification of the concept "research organisation" in the column at the right-hand side of the page).


Open-ended from 2013


Active funds in the programme

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