Rana Industrial Terminal goes electric
Rana Industrial Terminal, located in Mo Industrial Park, has embarked on several initiatives this year to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by implementing onshore power and acquiring a new electric wheel loader. Rana Industrial Terminal (Rana Industriterminal, RIT) announced its latest green project with the launch last week of its new onshore power facilities, in partnership [...]
Fast-track to carbon capture in Norwegian industry
A large-scale plant for green methanol production is being planned in Mo Industrial Park (MIP). The plan involves a large-scale pilot plant for carbon capture and the set-up of electrolysis-based hydrogen production in one of the largest industrial parks in Norway. Substantial investment A new innovative technology which has been developed by Swiss Liquid Future […]
23 October, 2017
New Partnership Focusing On Circular Economy Approved by Norwegian Research Council
Several Nordland based companies within the process industry, fisheries and waste management have been granted BIA-Funds (User-driven Research based Innovation- funds) by the Norwegian Research Council for its ambitious approach to research collaboration on Circular Economy. The regional SINFEF branch, SINTEF Helgeland have headed up the application process. – We are esablishing a joint knowledge […]
Mo Industrial Park goes sustainable
Mo Industrial Park (Mo Industripark, MIP), the leading industrial park in Northern Norway, has selected Gaia to develop and implement sustainability indicators for assessing the sustainability of its production lines and products.
26 February, 2016
Year of destiny for Rana Gruber
– If we can make it through 2016 in one piece, then we will be on safer grounds, says Kjell Sletjsøe, Managing Director at Rana Gruber A/S.
Outlook on the industry of the future
Through the R&D-lift Helgeland, the possibilities for a permanent SINTEF establishment in the region has been considered in more detail. Circular economy and the production of the future are highlighted as a professional basis for such an establishment as they are considered relevant to the industry in Helgeland.
From oil rigs to a land-based industry
Lars Bruland Høyen has only got a few days from when starting a new job to the start-up meeting for MIP Cluster. Then is it useful to have been in the deep before.