We take the best conditions the sea can provide with us to farm fish on land. Location, knowledge and technology form the basis for the sustainable production of more than 30 000 tonnes of salmon per year.
Norway aims to almost quadruple its output of farmed salmon up to 2050. We have every confidence that this target can be met, but then by combining current methods based on open cages with closed cages, cages in the open sea and land-based farming.
We emphasise rational operation, fish welfare and minimal impact on the environment. Clean water from the Norwegian coast creates optimum production and environmental conditions, improved growth and a shorter production time. Our operations will minimise the environmental footprint by treating waste water and recycling marine resources.
We will be a beacon for sustainable development of Norway as a seafood nation.
Reference is made to the stock exchange announcement by Salmon Evolution Holding ASA (the “Company”) published on 19 May 2021, regarding the 2021 minutes from the annual general meeting in the Company held on the same day whereby it was, inter alia, resolved to change the Company’s name to Salmon Evolution ASA.
Tackling marine litter through circular innovation European Union
In the heart of the Bay of Biscay, where the azure waters meet the Spanish Basque Country, the BLUENET project set sail to tackle lost fishing gear, upcycling the ominous 'ghost-nets'.