The use of energy and natural resources is a significant environmental aspect, and the port has begun a fairly extensive project for more efficient resource utilization. In this area there are clear savings targets set for the coming years.
|Lighting||Replacement of luminaires, transition to LED lighting, lighting control at quays/surfaces.||At least 900,000 kWh per year, equivalent to around 82 tonnes of CO2 per year|
|Modernization of heat exchangers, heat pumps, ventilation with recycling systems, timers. Lower temperatures, eg in storage areas. Transition to district heating in several buildings.||Energy efficiency calculation is made for estimated outcome of each action in case they can not be measured separately.|
|Solar energy||A navigation lighthouse and a navigation mark on the west pier head is supplied with energy from the sun via ten solar panels.||Improved energy mix|
|Wind power||Six vertical 19 m high wind turbines each with a maximum power of 20 kW, were completed in 2014. They have very low noise levels.|