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ENSEC COE NEWS
Hydrogen as Fuel: Production and Costs
2020.08.10
The study introduces current processes and technologies in which electrolysers are used in production of hydrogen and presents the costs for installation and operation of electrolyser plants.
ENERGY NEWS
ITER, The World’s Largest Nuclear Fusion Project: A Big Step Forward
2020.08.10
Strategic gas interconnector Greece-Bulgaria on bumpy road
2020.08.07

Resources

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Energy in Conflict Series
Energy in Conflict. Energy in Conflict Series
Energy in Conflict Series
Energy in Irregular Warfare
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 1
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 2
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 3
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 4
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 5
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 6
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 7
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 8
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum No. 9
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum: IESMA 2014 Special Edition
Energy Security forum
Energy Security Forum: IESMA 2016 Special Edition
Energy Security forum
Hybrid Threats: Overcoming Ambiguity, Building Resilience
Energy Security: Operational Highlights
NATO ENSEC COE - OH 14 - Hydrogen as Fuel Production and Costs
NATO ENSEC COE Studies and Research
The study on legal analysis of military activities hindering energy installations in the Exclusive Economic Zone or International water: Chornomornaftogaz rigs case in the Black Sea and the NordBalt cable case in the Baltic Sea
Energy Security: Operational Highlights
Energy Security: Operational Highlights No. 01
NATO ENSEC COE Studies and Research
“Energy Efficiency: Cultural Change” study
Energy Security: Operational Highlights
Energy Security: Operational Highlights No. 02
NATO ENSEC COE Studies and Research
HPGS Performance Analysis - PHASE 1 REPORT

Partners

The Centre has developed an intensive working relationship inside different NATO structures and developed an extensive network of partnerships with knowledge centres, think-tanks, universities and industries. Through this network, the NATO ENSEC COE has become a remarkable hub of knowledge and exchange platform in the Energy Security domain.

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Internship at Energy Security COE

Starting from 2013 the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence is providing a limited number of internships to young researchers from universities and research institutes. This internship programme will promote the respective work of young academics and professionals from NATO member states and partner countries.

Internship opportunities