WIND – WAVES – WATER

GREEN
ENERGY

A World Leader in Sustainable Energy

POWERED BY NATURE

Norway´s electricity generation is 97% renewable and the Norwegian Government has set ambitious targets for even more sustainable energy use. By 2020 Norway aims to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 30 percent. Norway has vast wind energy resources both onshore and offshore. So far only 632 MW of wind power has been installed (2012) – almost exclusively on land.  Norway has been producing hydrogen for 90 years. With abundant renewable power and the highest penetration of electricity mobility in the world, Norway holds several initiatives in developing hydrogen value chains for transportation and grid storage.

Market and industry insight

To build your business case and prove the value of an establishment or investment, we provide you with customized information and benchmarking services on the Arctic market, business climate, industry sectors, operating costs, legal framework and more.

Partner search and matchmaking support

We act as a link to Arctic companies and introduce you to opportunities of strategic partnerships, R&D collaborations and other types of cooperation.

Access to business networks

We introduce you to all necessary service providers, authorities and organisations.

Greater Arctic Holding AS // Marelius AS

HQ – The Icehouse
70North – 29East – On top of the world
9800 Vadsø, Norway

Business opportunity identification

Based on your sector priorities, our industry specialists identify and present market and industry opportunities in the Arctic. We identify growth areas, key industry stakeholders, establishment strategies, and next steps.

Establishment support

We provide you with information on how to set up and run a business in the Arctic, including rules and regulations, legal entities, employment matters, taxes, and more.

Site selections

To help you find the right location and premises for your facilities, we coordinate site selection processes based on your requirements. Our regional and local network enables us to conduct site screening throughout the Arctic and access detailed data.