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Runner-up for green innovation award

Zinus recently took second place in the Drivprisen 2021 award, a Norwegian green innovation award for Vestland county aimed at promoting innovative ideas with an extra-large potential to accelerate the green transition.
From the left: Endre Eidsvik (Zinus), Helene Seim (Boliden Odda) and Rolf Monsen (7Analytics). Photo: Katrine Anita Heggelund / Driv-prisen

Drivprisen is a green innovation award in Vestland county, aimed at promoting innovative ideas with an extra-large potential to accelerate the green transition. The award is a collaboration between the energy company Sogn og

The award winner, zinc and zinc alloy producer Boliden Odda, receives a price of NOK 200,000, while runners-up Zinus and 7Analytics receives NOK 50,000 and NOK 30,000 respectively.

“After many good nominations, we were left with three worthy winning candidates. All of these represent Vestland in a very good way in the green shift,” Johannes Rauboti, jury member and CEO of Sogn og Fjordane Energi, said.

The Drivprisen award is a collaboration between the energy company Sogn og Fjordane Energi, the bank Sparebanken Sogn og Fjordane, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Innovation Norway and Vestland County Council.

Read the full story (in Norwegian): https://www.drivprisen.no/boliden-odda-er-vinnaren-av-drivprisen-2021/

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