" The current economic situation has shown us that supporting innovation and improving the utilisation of natural resources in Iceland is more important than ever" says Kristín Linda Árnadóttir, Deputy CEO of Landsvirkjun.
Landsvirkjun, Norðurorka (Utility Company), Húsavík Energy and SSNE have signed a new contract to continue their cooperation on the EIMUR innovation project which was formally established in 2017.
Landsvirkjun has started the process of developing a hydrogen production facility at Ljósifoss Hydropower Station.
Acceptable first quarter results under challenging external conditions.
At Landsvirkjun‘s board meeting, on April 20, 2020, the board of directors agreed on a new dividend policy for the company.
Landsvirkjun has exercised an issuer call option to redeem a bond on 28 October 2020 of the amount of USD 50,000,000.
Landsvirkjun’s contribution to reigniting the economy.
Jónas Þór Guðmundsson re-elected chairman of the board.
Landsvirkjun and MýSilica join forces to support innovation and development in the Mývatn area.
The offering was very well received, with an order book which was multiple times oversubscribed.
Landsvirkjun will deliver 100% certified renewable energy to the high-performance computing data center.
The visitor center is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. This is only a precautionary measure.
The ratings apply to long- and short-term commitments, with and without the guarantee of collection.
Acceptable results in challenging external conditions.
A dialogue between the companies amid challenging conditions in aluminium markets.
An open meeting presenting the details of a new action plan.
Landsvirkjun’s results for the first nine months of the year 2019.
According to Moody's, the upgrade reflects the continued improvement in the company’s credit profile.
Landsvirkjun has decided to explore new and unconventional ways to lower operational and development costs for the electricity transmission network.
On September 2 the Minister of Industry grated Landsvirkjun a permit to build a hydropower facility of up to 750 MW at Kárahnjúkar.
The Planning Agency has approved the construction of the Nordlingaalda reservoir at an elevation of 575 and 578 m a.s.l., as presented in documents submitted by the developer, with six conditions.
Landsvirkjun and Nordurál have signed a memorandum of understanding on delivery of power for the first phase in the expansion of Nordurál’s Grundartangi smelter to an eventual 240,000 tpy, which will involve an expansion from 90,000 to 180,000 tpy.
The building of a smelter in Reydarfjordur and the Karahnjukar hydropower station have been in the pipeline for some time.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed by the Icelandic government, Landsvirkjun (The National Power Company of Iceland) and Alcoa, formalizing their cooperation in building a low emission aluminium smelter in Eastern Iceland.