Annual report 2022: Collaboration is key to success.
GCE Ocean Technology plays an important role in Norway's efforts to increase exports and reduce emissions, and we believe that collaboration and partnership is the key to success.
In 2022, the Norwegian government and Minister of Trade and Industry, Jan Christian Vestre, set ambitious goals to increase Norwegian exports outside of oil and gas by 50% by 2030. At the same time, greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced by 55%.
Owe Hagesæther, CEO of GCE Ocean Technology writes the following in our annual report.
– To achieve the goals of increasing Norway's exports and reducing emissions, we must rely on both new technology, new expertise, capital, and various resources to build strong value chains. But we also depend on a holistic and well-functioning collaboration between industry, academia, and the public, and our activities are designed to facilitate this.
Through a diverse range of activities, GCE Ocean Technology has contributed to sustainable value creation and energy transition in Norway throughout the year.
The annual report provides a good insight into the organization, our activities and the unique interaction in the cluster between partners, members, and collaborators that drives results.
Read GCE Ocean Technology's annual report for 2022 (language: Norwegian).
Ocean Innovation Lab is an annual cluster gathering, where we discuss and shape upcoming collaboration projects to strengthen your business.
There will be plenary presentation to set the scene followed by workshop and dialogue, not to forget plenty of time for networking.
Looking forward to seeing you at Solstrand near Bergen lunch-to-lunch 25-26 May for this year’s Ocean Innovation Lab.
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