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Vianode invests NOK 2 billion in battery materials plant in Norway

The graphite materials from Vianode are produced with up to 90 percent lower CO2

22-Sep-2022

Vianode, a company owned by Elkem, Hydro and Altor, has decided to invest in its first industrial-scale plant for sustainable battery materials at Herøya in Norway. The investment of around NOK 2 billion will create new industrial jobs and provide critical battery materials. The decision is an ...

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WACKER Prepares to Expand Its Silicon Metal Production in Norway

30-May-2022

Wacker Chemie AG is preparing to expand its production capacity for silicon metal at Holla, Norway. The Munich-based chemical company has already started a feasibility study to this effect. The construction of a new furnace is planned, which will increase capacity in Holla by around 50 percent of ...

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Chemicals in plastic may contribute to weight gain

Plastic consumer products contain chemicals that may promote the development of overweight and obesity

28-Jan-2022

It may sound strange, but chemicals in plastic may make the bathroom scale a less pleasant place to visit. Every day, we come into contact with plastic products. A lot of plastic is found in food packaging. Plastic packaging is common for practical reasons, because it is cheap and because it can ...

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Renewable fuels from CO2 & water using 100% renewable electricity

Europe’s first commercial plant for hydrogen-based renewable aviation fuel in Norway planned

15-Jun-2020

Norsk e-Fuel AS, the new European industry consortium headquartered in Oslo, has announced to industrialize Power-to-Liquid technology (PtL) in Norway for the European Market. The new state-of-the-art project will allow the conversion of Norway’s extensive renewable electricity resources into ...

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Elkem acquires Polysil, a leading Chinese silicone elastomer & resins company

02-Jan-2020

Elkem ASA has entered into an agreement to acquire all of the shares in Polysil, a leading Chinese silicone elastomer & resins material manufacturer with strong positions in baby care and food grade silicones, as well as silicone products for the electronics and medical markets. Polysil and ...

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WACKER Starts Up New Silicon-Metal Production Facility in Norway

18-Nov-2019

Wacker Chemie AG’s new silicon-metal production plant officially went on stream at the Holla site in Norway, following two and a half years of construction. The new furnace is one of the largest of its kind in the world and increases the Holla site’s total capacity by more than 40 percent. The ...

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Super-strong magnetic supercrystals can assemble themselves

29-Oct-2019

Verner Håkonsen works with cubes so tiny that nearly 5 billion of them could fit on a pinhead. He cooks up the cubes in the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's (NTNU) NanoLab, in a weird-looking glass flask with three necks on the top using a mixture of chemicals and special ...

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BASF invests in Quantafuel to jointly drive chemical recycling of mixed plastic waste

08-Oct-2019

BASF SE is to invest €20 million into Quantafuel, a specialist for pyrolysis of mixed plastic waste and purification of pyrolysis oil, headquartered in Oslo, Norway. The investment will be facilitated via the subscription of new shares and via the grant of a convertible loan. Together, the ...

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Biesterfeld Spezialchemie acquires Norwegian distributor

26-Aug-2019

Biesterfeld Spezialchemie acquires the Lindberg & Lund Group. Lindberg & Lund AS is a Norwegian distribution company with its headquarters in Vestby/Oslo, Norway. It focuses on the technical distribution of raw materials and formulated products from areas such as adhesives, composites, ...

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Siemens opens advanced robotized and digitized battery module factory in Norway

30-Jan-2019

Together with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Siemens opened one of the world's most advanced and robotic battery module factories in Trondheim, Norway. In the future, 55 battery modules per shift will be assembled every day for the marine and offshore market. "We expect this market to ...

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