Breaking grounds in Hellesylt

One year from now we will start the production of green hydrogen at the entrance to the UNESCO world heritage area Geirangerfjord. More specifically in the beautiful village of Hellesylt in Stranda municipality. The past week we have arranged a public meeting to involve the local community, and started the work on the construction site.
Illustration of how our green hydrogen plant in Hellesylt will look like at opening Q4 2023.

Illustration of how our green hydrogen plant in Hellesylt will look like at opening Q4 2023.

In 2026, a zero-emission regime will be in force in the Geirangerfjord. We enable ships and vehicles to meet this requirement by using locally produced hydrogen two years earlier.

Public meeting

On Saturday, October 29th, we arranged a public town hall meeting to inform the local community of our plans, and to open dialogue. We experienced an overwhelming response, with lots of people showing up and showing their engagement.

Speakers at the public meeting

Breaking grounds on the plot

A few days later, on Wednesday November 2nd, we started the actual contruction work on our plot.

Project Manager Andreas Wenaas Østigård together with representatives from Opshaug, performing the ground work.

Project Manager Andreas Wenaas Østigård together with representatives from Opshaug, performing the ground work.

Want to know more about our project in Hellesylt? See our video here: