Katherine Dykes

The DTU TotalEnergies Excellence Centre is now official

On Monday DTU President Anders Bjarklev and Chief Technology Officer at TotalEnergies Marie-Noëlle Semeria signed the contract, establishing an centre of excellence around clean energy. The TotalEnergies delegation visited Campus Risø where DTEC’s new hybrid power plant research facility will be build.

DTEC will execute research and technology development in renewables. In addition to the hybrid power plant facility the centre will have advanced education programmes for both graduates and industry experts ensuring development of necessary talents and competences for the future.

Today, TotalEnergies has 10 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity in operation. By 2030 it will be 100 gigawatts. Consequently, the centre will have access to vast amounts of data from both ongoing systems and future operations. Coupled with DTU Wind’s world leading capabilities around wind and renewable energy research, we believe that the centre will be strong contribution to the green transition.

 

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