NTNU is Norway's largest institution for the education of highly qualified candidates for energy-related subject areas. Thematically, energy is the largest research area at NTNU. Researchers from seven out of eight faculties at NTNU conduct energy research. NTNU's energy research covers a large range of activities such as stationary energy systems, energy in transport systems, energy efficiency, and energy in buildings, neighborhoods, and industry. NTNU Energy is one of NTNU's four strategic research areas. We gather 600 excellent energy researchers, teaching and technical personnel that work on energy-related topics. Our goal is to increase the interdisciplinarity, innovation, funding, and communication of NTNU's energy research. One of NTNU Energy’s central activities is to establish and support nine interdisciplinary research teams that address current issues in the energy field and society at large. Each team brings together researchers that work along the whole value chain of the respective topic. Our nine teams' topics are hydrogen, batteries, wind power (on- and offshore), carbon capture, utilisation and storage, low- and middle income countries, society, smart grid, solar energy and hydropower.