Sharing possibilities – transition - green economy
Technoport is an organization dedicated to sharing the possibilities of smart technology in the transition to a green economy.
Who we are
Technoport is an independent organization dedicated to promoting development of smart technology as a tool in the transition towards the green economy.
Technoport's experience is that science often is absent and unheard in the international policy-making arena. Technoport believes in creating a knowlede-sharing platform for dialogue, and for identifying common ground for smart technology.
What we do
Technoport hosts different types of events during the year: Technoport Talks, Technoport Awards and Technoport Summit. Every second year Technoport arrange an international scientific conference
Technoport recently recruited two student leaders who will be in charge of coordinating a large group of student volunteers at Technoport’s conference in April next year. Aurora Kristiansen and Andreas Grav Karlsen are both NTNU students, and look forward to beginning their work (…)Continue Reading →
Did you miss out on the Technoport Students exhibition in April? We’ve collected all the presentations and video pitches and put them together in a digital exhibition. Click here to go to the digital exhibition. (…)Continue Reading →
On the evening of the 17. April Technoport paid tribute to three winners of the Technoport Awards 2013. An distinguished professor, a fast growing corporation and a group of extremely promising students took home an award each. This is the 9th time we present these awards and we do th (…)Continue Reading →
Only a few days left before the student exhibition, NTNU “Experts in Teamwork” students are doing their finishing touches on their projects. On 17 April, they will present their projects to regional business leaders at NHO’s annual conference focusing on energy. 300 (…)Continue Reading →
Technoport 2014 is a big international conference where scientist, industry and decision makers from all around the world come together. They share their ideas about how we can make the transition to a green economy. To make all this happen, we need two dedicated student leaders to co (…)Continue Reading →
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen is senior researcher at the Danish Building Research Institute, where she studi
Geir Waage is a City Councillor representing the Labour Party in Trondheim. He has previously been S
Anne Beate Tangen was an adviser in the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy and in the Ministry of the