Norway’s third largest energy group in terms of hydroelectric production. The group’s 47 wholly and partly-owned power stations produce around 7.9 TWh of renewable energy on an annual basis. The company has developed considerable wind power expertise and Statkraft Agder Energi Vind is planning to build wind parks in several places in Norway.
Environmentally friendly production and distribution of energy for the benefit of the local region. The Group generates annual sales of approximately NOK 1.7 billion and employs around 450 staff. TrønderEnergi is organised as a group where TrønderEnergi AS is the parent company of a number of subsidiaries. The Group has five energy business areas: Production, Networks, Customer, Renewable, and Trading.
SYSCO is a Nordic IT-company focusing on the utilities industry. We offer a unique business expertise and highly skilled technology consultants within infrastructure, platform, applications, AI and analytics. From our own datacentres we also operate the "SYSCO Energy Cloud", a 24/7-hybrid cloud, specialized for utilities.
> The company was founded in 2004, and today we have more than 150 employees and strong growth year by year. In our offensive strategy we have a vision to become the most attractive Nordic IT company.
Is a leading supplier of software solutions to the energy, public and contracting sectors. Powel helps to make strategic and operational decisions based on access to timely and accurate information from integrated systems. Founded in Norway in 1996, Powel has grown to be an international corporation with staff numbering 460 and offices in seven countries. Throughout the years, the company goal has always remained the same: To create solutions that both benefit Powel´s customers and support sustainable development.
Siemens is a global technology company and provider of smart infrastructure solutions. With core activities in the fields of electrification, automation and digitalization, Siemens addresses complex infrastructure challenges contributing to sustainable development and shaping the energy systems of the future. Siemens is represented through the Nordic Smart Infrastructure Organization, which is lead out of Oslo
Focus on the energy sector and other sectors characterized by regulation, infrastructure challenges, and challenges related to the energy transition. Thema contributes to improved market efficiency and increased value creation for companies and for society as a whole.