Arctic Centre for Sustainable Energy - ARC
UiT The Arctic University of Norway is in 2017 establishing the Arctic Centre for Sustainable Energy (ARC). This is an interdisciplinary centre focusing on Arctic challenges and conditions within renewable energy and greenhouse gas management. The centre will combine expertise in physics, humanities, chemistry, social sciences, applied mathematics, marine biology, computer science, and electrical engineering.
The centre’s main objectives are:
- interdisciplinary R&D excellence within renewable energy and CO2 management in order to create sustainable societies in the Arctic
- to create an internationally competitive and outstanding environment that is an attractive R&D partner for the commercial and public sectors
- to ensure that graduates receive high quality education and expertise within renewable energy and CO2 management that is relevant for the business and public sector in the north
The focus themes of the centre, seen in an Arctic context, are ethical and responsible prosumption of distributed renewable electricity, fuels and thermal energy, and an accountable management of greenhouse gases.
Ved søknadsfristen var det kommet inn totalt ni søknader om ARC strategimidler. Den totale søknadssummen er på kr 4 439 kNOK. ARC styret kan ved denne utlysningen bevilge inntil 1,4 millioner kroner.
Forskningen ved Senter for fornybar energi (ARC) ved UiT kan komme befolkningen i Alaska og Canada til gode. Se video i saken!
ARC representerte FNs bærekrafts mål nr 7 i Tromsø Sentrums markering av
Verdens Miljødag 5. juni 2018.
New Frontiers in Environmental Philosophy, May 31st - June 1st, Campus Tromsø, Invitation to Conference and registration.
Carbon Capture and Utilization workshop at Finnfjord AS (Northern Norway), September 26th and 27th
For more information and registration:
Richard Andre Ingebrigtsen: firstname.lastname@example.org