• Illustration of an e-fuel production plant in Mo Industrial Park

    11 January, 2024

    SACRAMENTO, Calif., USA and Mo i Rana, Helgeland, Norway (January 10, 2024) – eFuels provider Infinium and Mo Industrial Park (Mo Industripark AS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop Norway’s first advanced eFuels production facility in Mo i Rana, Norway. Infinium eFuels are made using waste carbon dioxide (CO2) and renewable energy-derived green […]
  • 7 January, 2024

    The industries associated with Mo Industrial Park employ just under 2,900 people, have a turnover of 15 billion Norwegian kroner, and export for 9.4 billion kroner. This makes Rana the largest export municipality in Northern Norway in terms of mainland exports. This is highlighted in a report by Kunnskapsparken Bodø, commissioned by Rana Utvikling (Rana [...]
  • 24 June, 2022

    Nemko has acquired Mo Industripark’s shares in the company that from now on will be known as Nemko Norlab. – This is a good strategic choice for Nemko Norlab, and will strengthen their opportunities for further growth, Arve Ulriksen, CEO of Mo Industripark, says. Mo Industripark AS (“Mo Industrial Park”) owned 23,2 percent of the […]
  • 31 May, 2016

    Renewable energy, good framework conditions and access to land. These are a few of the things that will make Norway an attractive location for the establishment of data centers.
  • 31 May, 2016

    With 3 million NOK in DA funding and a Rana-Salten alliance, Arctic Cloud Data Center’s initiative is expected to gain significant momentum.