This is Industriuka

The program for Industriuka 2022 is taking shape. Each day has a specific main theme and an exciting and engaging program. Monday’s theme is digitalization. On Tuesday, energy is on the bill. On Wednesday, carbon management will be the focus, and on Thursday it will be about circular economy and sustainability. Compares, debaters and speakers come from far and wide to ensure a unique and inspiring week, all with their different starting points and backgrounds. The common thread is they all hold advanced and central positions within their fields.

Industriuka is Norway’s most important meeting place for green industry. During the week, you will experience both professional and social events where business, politics, academia, public administration and locals gather to highlight important topics and premises for the industry.

Industriuka is arranged annually, and is the result of close collaboration between a number of parties, both financially, strategically and professionally.


Industriuka is an arena for competence growth and networking for professionals, industry, politics and public administration. During Industriuka, growth and development of Norwegian industry are discussed, by politicians and business representatives coming together in dialogue.

Industriuka is also a meeting place for industrial companies and suppliers, where collaboration, joint profit realization and good synergy effects arise and are extracted. Industriuka facilitates new collaborations and business opportunities.

With focus on a common identity and the important relations between industry, local communities, politics and administration, Industriuka will contribute to attracting new expertise and talents to the Grenland region. Career opportunities, development, investment and attractive local communities are central to this.

Background to Industriuka

The initiator of Industriuka is the Green Industry Cluster and Industrial Green Tech. The clusters represent about 90 companies associated with both land-based and offshore industry. The companies range from the small to the multinational.

Together, these companies have ambitions to be the world’s first climate-positive industrial region by 2040. To succeed in this, cooperation is needed both in and outside the region. We are developing Industriuka as a national meeting place that can contribute to new collaborations, increase knowledge and obtain funding for the necessary restructuring.