Recycling waste

Waste management technology in Russia

The Russian market is interesting for Norwegian businesses in the areas of water and waste treatment (Photo: Thinkstock)  In December 2017, the Russian government passed amendments to the law on waste from production and consumption. The market is large, the lack of appropriate technology in the country is apparent, and changes in the law make… Read More

Japanese-Norwegian partnership in developing a carbon neutral hydrogen value chain

Norway can provide clean hydrogen, from renewable energy or from natural gas with CCS, to the Japanese energy market in transition. Japan and Norway are both globally prominent energy nations and are investing considerably in R&D as well as in commercialization of technology. While Norway is gifted with rich natural resources and is a net… Read More

7 Reasons for Norwegian Companies to Look to the South African market

South Africa is known for its beautiful beaches and landscape. The country is also known for some of the best wines globally. But the country has more to offer. There is plenty of market opportunities waiting to be grasped. (Photo: Andreas Selter) A gateway to Africa Looking to the South African market, opportunities are not… Read More

Offshore Wind opportunities in South Korea – a fast-paced move towards renewable resources.

South Korea produces 90% of the country’s electricity generated from non-renewable sources. However, South Korea is committed to change; adjusting to green power has been a political focus area, and offshore wind will be one of key drivers on the deployment of renewable energy. The government aims for 20% of the country’s electricity consumption to… Read More

Have you considered the biogas market in Europe? We did that for you.

  What we learned from doing a cross-offices research on biogas markets in Europe. Conclusion from The Norwegian Water resources and energy directorate (NVE) was that there are good possibilities to increase the use of waste from fish farms, sewage heat, agricultural residues and macro- and microalgae. By developing a Norwegian system solutions, companies can both… Read More

Turn trash into cash in South Africa

Waste challenges in South Africa brings opportunities for Norwegian companies. South Africa’s growing urban population is putting pressure on the environment in terms of waste management. Norwegian companies might have the technology to solve South Africa’s waste management problems. The waste industry in South Africa consists mainly of waste collection and landfilling. According to Green… Read More

Internet of Buildings (IoB) in Asia

The increasing convergence of Internet of Things (IoT) with buildings, is widening an unmet demand in Asia for smart building technologies. There will be a demand for smart building technologies in building information modelling, building management systems and automation, cloud real-time management, monitoring and sensors, HVAC automation & controls, home automation, mobile-linked controls and other… Read More

Waste challenges in Indonesia

Norwegian clean energy solutions, marine and maritime technology can help Indonesia with their challenges and help the country reach their energy production targets. A country half way across the globe with more than 260 million people, making Indonesia the world’s 4th most populous country in the world behind China, India and the US, but only… Read More

The waste sector in Romania is full of business opportunities

Do you represent a Norwegian or Romanian company that is active within the waste sector? Then the new Study on the Waste Sector in Romania can be an interesting read. The study looks at most of the segments in public and industrial waste in Romania and presents their current status and needs as well as… Read More

Asia Pacific Maritime 2018 – Norwegian Pavilion

Join the Norwegian Pavilion at Asia Pacific Maritime 2018 to build connections with professionals in the marine, offshore, oil and natural gas industries in Asia. Asia Pacific Maritime (APM), a premier event in Asia, takes place every even year. 15,000 owners, builders, technical procurers and end-users from Asia and 1,500+ international suppliers in the shipbuilding and… Read More