Kildn’s three main objectives
To be a home port for cruise ships, fjord tourism and a regional fast ferry network
To be the first zero-emission port in Norway, capable of generating, storing and distributing its own renewable energy
New green jobs and premises for companies and organisations, particularly in the clean energy and destination sectors
There are a number of policy documents at an international, national, regional and local level describing the future that Norway aspires to. One stated aim is to become a zero-emission society by 2030. The government wants Norway to become a zero-emission society by 2030. The Norwegian government’s Action Plan for Green Shipping, for example, states that all Norwegian ports shall be zero-emission ports by no later than 2030.
We must prepare both for climate change and for the economic impacts of the transition to a low-emission society