Few other countries are better placed than Norway to head the transition to a climate-neutral future, especially in aviation. The country is on the doorstep to the Arctic and is a leader in Europe for renewable energy, offshore oil and natural gas. This is an excellent starting point for supplying European aviation with climate-neutral energy and fuel – crucial to the future of aviation on our continent.
This forms the background to the ground-breaking project Zero Emission Regional Aviation Northern Norway – ZERA-NN which aims to contribute to climate neutral aviation in the Arctic region, including Northern Norway, between 2030-2035, or when technology permits a practical transformation.
To achieve this, the project has brought together the most important players from regional authorities, the energy sector, business and research and development organisations in a unique national and international collaboration to ensure that Norway will have a fullout climate-neutral aviation offer within 2040, which Avinor has set up as a target year.