The National Centre for Energy is a group of leading research organizations, universities, and innovation leaders in the advanced energy field. Our long-term cooperation is based on linking academic research with the application and innovation potential of manufacturing and technology companies.
Through joint scientific research projects, we share the unique infrastructure, laboratory equipment, and know-how of expert teams from research organisations with the application sector. The close connection between the research and application spheres allows us to map the key needs of the energy industry effectively, respond to the current needs of the energy mix in the context of the Czech Republic and accelerate the implementation of new solutions into real operation.
We focus on increasing the efficiency, safety, and reliability of existing energy units and networks utilizing research outputs and the development of new methods, materials, and technologies. We aim at efficient deployment and operation of decentralised energy sources and the use of alternative fuels to ensure the raw material independence and energy self-sufficiency of the Czech Republic.
We aim to develop a comprehensive strategy for modern, low-carbon, and sustainable energy industry in line with strategic documents at the national and international level, in particular The European Green Deal and Fit for 55, to meet the Czech Republic's commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ensure carbon neutrality by 2050.
In October 2021, the VSB-TUO campus hosted a monitoring visit and meeting of the partners of the National Centre for Energy (NCE), a project managed by the ENET Centre, VSB-TUO. The project has been bringing together top Czech universities, research organisations, and companies from the energy industry since 2019.
Our VSB-TUO colleagues would like to invite you to the Low Carbon Technologies conference organized on June 28-30, 2021. The conference is a part of a project supported by the Visegrad Fund and is open to the general public online.
The CVR is developing a series of seminars at the National Centre for Energy entitled Modern Diagnostic Methods in Energy Applications - I. Turbines.
The project of the National Centre for Energy is co-financed by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic under the National Centre of Competence Programme 1.