INTPOW - Norwegian Renewable Energy Partners

Norwegian Renewable Energy Partners - INTPOW was established as an independent association in 2009. It is a public-private partnerhsip between the energy sector and the Norwegian Government.

INTPOW is a network-based organization where the partners exchange experiences and knowledge of market developments internationally. It is also a highly effective vehicle for promoting Norwegian renewable energy capabilities to key clients in overseas markets and providing market information to its partners. The Norwegian Government actively supports INTPOW's initiatives, and the activities are financed jointly by the industry and the government.


INTPOW aims to strengthen long-term value creation and employment in the Norwegian renewable energy industry through partnering and international expansion facilitation. The organization is currently working with partners that have interests in hydropower, offshore wind and solar PV as well as power trading and grid solutions. Many companies find it useful to join INTPOW when they decide to focus on international markets.


INTPOW assists its partners’ international expansion by creating a platform for networking, market information & advice and government relations.


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