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There’s something in the air

Renewable energy, work for Norwegian offshore industry, and a brighter future for everyone

Our ambition

Wind of change

Our goal is to create a future where an abundance of renewable energy is an increasingly larger part of the energy mix – established by Blåse, appreciated by future generations.

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About Blåse

A powerful force

Blåse is a consortium formed with the goal of developing offshore wind energy in Norway. Five partners with one vision: a thriving wind industry where nature, people and technology come together to build a sustainable future.

Norsea logo

NorSea has more than 55 years of history at the core of the Norwegian offshore industry. The company is a complete supplier of port services, base and logistics solutions to customers in both the oil and gas industry, the aquaculture industry, the wind industry, and other maritime industries.

The NorSea Group currently operates nine offshore bases and port facilities along the coast of Norway, as well as bases in Denmark and the UK.

In recent years, NorSea has also built up an ever-increasing business in renewable industries such as offshore wind. Including a number of project assignments and service deliveries related to mobilization and project logistics, maintenance and modification services, hiring of technical personnel, marine support, etc.

In 2022, NorSea had a turnover of around NOK 2.5 billion and around 1300 employees. NorSea is owned by the Wilhelmsen group, a comprehensive global maritime company.

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Parkwind is an independent green energy company that develops, finances and operates offshore wind farms.

With more than a decade of experience and over 1 GW under operational management in the Belgian North Sea, Parkwind is expanding internationally with active projects in Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Greece, and Australia/New Zealand.

Composed of over 140 professionals, Parkwind leads the offshore wind energy activities of its Belgian shareholder Virya, which is owned by the Colruyt Group and Korys.

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Founded in 2012, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners P/S (CIP) today is the world’s largest dedicated fund manager within greenfield renewable energy investments and a global leader in offshore wind.

The funds managed by CIP focuses on investments in offshore and onshore wind, solar PV, biomass and energy-from-waste, transmission and distribution, reserve capacity, storage, advanced bioenergy, and Power-to-X.

CIP manages ten funds and has to date raised approximately EUR 19 billion for investments in energy and associated infrastructure from more than 140 international institutional investors. CIP has approximately 400 employees and 11 offices around the world.

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Varanger Kraft is one of the largest developers and owners of critical infrastructure for renewable energy and broadband in Northern Norway.

Alongside the operation and market-oriented activities related to the infrastructure, the company plays a central role in driving the green transition and industrial development in East Finnmark. The business is organized as a group with a parent company and six wholly-owned subsidiaries, as well as one company with a 51% ownership stake.

The group is owned by the municipalities of Sør-Varanger, Vadsø, Deatnu-Tana, Vardø, Båtsfjord, Berlevåg, and Unjargga-Nesseby, and has 167 employees located in most of the owner municipalities, with the headquarters based in Vadsø.

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Hammerfest Energi logo

Hammerfest Energi operates in various areas, including hydropower production, electricity sales, broadband, TV, district heating, real estate, and power grids.

It all started as early as 1891 when Hammerfest Elektrisitetsverk became the first in Northern Europe to install electric streetlights powered by a publicly owned hydroelectric power plant. Since then, a lot has happened, but Hammerfest Energi has always maintained the ambition to be a significant driving force for development in its region.

The company currently employs around 65 people in Hammerfest and Hasvik, covering diverse fields of expertise. Motivated by a desire to contribute to the development of their area, they take an active role in infrastructure expansion and support other actors who foster a vibrant and active community.

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Have any questions?

The answers are blowing in the wind.

Feel free to get in touch if you need more information regarding Blåse and our ambitious plans for Utsira Nord.



John Stangeland
Konsernsjef NorSea 915 59 446


Oliver Routhe Skov
VP, Head of Media Relations 305 41 227


Head of 16 240 790

Main office


Risavika havnering 14
N-4056 Tananger


Postal address:

Blåse Energi AS
c/o NorSea Impact AS
P.O. box 70
N-4098 Tananger