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Rolf Olaf Larsen og Suni Aranda

Asunción (Suni) Aranda, of the Norwegian Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), heads up the AlSiCal project, the aim of which is to develop and verify a technology for reducing the environmental impact from the production of aluminium, silica and calcium carbonate.

Thursday 14 November 2019

The Ranold team, six men standing close together

Ranold is successful, they have increased their staff and will soon move into larger areas in the Research Park

Wednesday 06 November 2019

Jens Lehrmann i produksjonshall

“I thought basing production at Herøya was a good choice,” says Jens Lehrmann, new general manager at Seram Coatings. “I have every confidence in the site – it’s a place where there’s plenty of access to skilled personnel who have experience of new industry.”

Thursday 17 October 2019

Odd-Arne Lorentsen og Gaute Finstad viser frem gjødsel

At Herøya, together with Norwegian NEL Hydrogen Electrolyser, Yara is now investigating a project to recover hydrogen from renewable energy, in order to produce “greener fertiliser”.

Thursday 22 August 2019

Photo of summer students at Yara

Every year sees the arrival of a selection of students who have competed for one of the few summer work experience placements at companies at Herøya Research Park. 14 students are working at Yara Technology and Equinor.

Thursday 27 June 2019

Photo of meeting participants

Herøya Industripark AS recently kicked off a new cooperation platform with InSiteBavaria (Bavaria) and Invest in Norway at its Herøya Industrial Park location.

Tuesday 25 June 2019

Bildet viser partene i det nye Gemini-senteret.

SINTEF Industri, NTNU and UiO, three partners in the new Gemini Centre HyProS “Hydrochemical process technology in the circular economy”, kicked off the new venture from Herøya Industrial Park last week.

Friday 29 March 2019

Photo showing Arve Haavik, process data responsible for the Yara Birkeland-project

Kalmar is responsible for developing the autonomous straddle carriers now being tested at the Kalmar testing station in Tampere, Finland. In 2020, they will arrive in Herøya.

Wednesday 30 January 2019

As of 2020, the Yara Birkeland – a container ship – will be a common site between Herøya Industrial Park and the ports of Brevik and Larvik, and from 2022 the container ship may be autonomous.

Friday 05 October 2018

Oslo Pensjonsforsikring (OPF), which took over Herøya Industrial Park in mid-2016, has shown a strong appetite for investment. In two years, they have invested around NOK 100 million in the industrial park, and now Caverion is to have a new building.

Friday 21 September 2018


The right conditions exist for a railway terminal for freight at Herøya Industrial Park, according to the Norwegian Railway Directorate and Bane NOR, which are investigating this together with the industrial park's hosts, Vekst i Grenland and Grenland Harbour. A socioeconomic analysis is a key element of this investigation.

Friday 14 September 2018

Bilde av paneldeltakere på debatt i Arendal om autonomi

“We have an incredible objective – to have no vehicles driven by humans at the industrial park within a few years. Digitisation and autonomy are not an objective in themselves, but they will help to resolve challenges in respect of logistics and safety at the industrial park.” 

Tuesday 14 August 2018

Two pilot facilities are to be constructed at Herøya Industrial Park (HIP). A Yara demo facility will test the process of extracting earth minerals from its production. The product from Yara will be sent on to REEtec, which is constructing a demo facility for separating the rare earth metals from the raw material that they receive from Yara. 

Monday 13 August 2018

“The Yara Birkeland project supports the strong Norwegian maritime cluster, as a zero-emission project. Yet for neighbours to the industrial park, it’s probably just as important that the vessel replaces over 40,000 lorries which pollute the local environment with dust and noise, and present a safety risk,” says the man behind the now world-renowned YARA Birkeland project, Bjørn Tore Orviki Yara. 

Monday 14 May 2018

Bilde av teamet Funzionano

Funzionano AS has moved into the Research Park at Herøya. Financing is in place. Morten Eikenes has been appointed general manager, and the company is now preparing for the pilot phase, to develop its patented technology to industrial scale

Monday 30 April 2018

Salget av Herøya Industripark ble gjennomført i går, 23. juni.

Wednesday 2nd or Thursday 3 May there will be a helicopter flight over Herøya Industrial Park. The area will be scanned for 3D modeling, commissioned by Herøya Industripark AS.

Monday 30 April 2018

Bilde av Siw Christin Kaggerud og Jon Atle Semb foran fabrikken på Herøya

INOVYN’s PVC factory at Herøya is working to increase production of what is called paste PVC by 45%. The expansion will give new technology with reduced energy consumption, a technology which is unique to the PVC factory at Herøya.

Saturday 21 April 2018

New employees, money and resources are flowing to Yara Technology Center (YTC) at Herøya Research Park. The innovation rate for sustainable fertiliser production needs to increase.

Tuesday 20 March 2018

Bilde av ledergruppe RHI Magnesita

"We need to get back in the market very soon, so we're lucky to have our experienced, former RHI employees back," says Stuart Ford, CEO.

Friday 09 March 2018

photo of the mulitiphase rig owned by Statoil in Herøya Industrial Park

The multiphase rig, which is situated at the far south of Herøya Industrial Park, was built by Hydro in 1993. More than NOK 1 billion has been invested in the test site over 25 years, which Statoil has taken over and developed. This is now one of the world’s leading research centres of its kind.

Monday 05 March 2018

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