GCE NODE is an industry-driven cluster for ocean technologies. Based in Southern Norway, GCE NODE comprises approximately 100 companies, most of which constitute a world-leading value chain of suppliers to the oil & gas, offshore, energy and maritime industries.
GCE Ocean Technology was established in 2006 in Bergen, Norway, and is an industry-driven initiative within ocean technology with more than 120 partners and members.
The cluster develops and supplies innovative ocean technology within a wide range of applications, including subsea oil and gas production, marine renewable energy production, marine food production, exploration of marine mineral resources.
With more than 360 members, Norwegian Offshore Wind is the largest industrial cluster in Norway. They aim to be a strong offshore wind representative body in Norway and a door opener to international markets.
Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) is an organisation with a clearly defined objective: to support and assist in the internationalisation of the Norwegian energy industry. NORWEP is acting as a catalyst for processes between Norwegian industry and international businesses and governments.
Innovation Norway is the Norwegian Government's most important instrument for innovation and development of Norwegian enterprises and industry.
Innovation Norway supports companies in developing their competitive advantage and to enhance innovation.
Energy Valley is an industry-driven technology cluster and has status as a Norwegian Center of Expertise (NCE) in Energy Technology. The mandate is to accelerate the energy transformation and foster unique cross-industry collaborations to create value and advance innovative technologies in sustainable energy. Energy Valley has close to 150 active companies in the capital region of Norway.