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  • Automatic meter and gateway

    Nominated for utility company of the year

    Norwegian electricity and telecommunications company Lyse has been nominated for the utility of the year award at the Smart Energy UK & Europe conference. The reason is Lyse’s choice to roll out automatic meters with a gateway that opens up for smart home and welfare technology.

  • Horizon 2020

    Becomes EU’s smartcity laboratory

    Stavanger, along with Manchester and Eindhoven, receives about 200 million from the EU. With Lyse’s help the city will become a giant laboratory for new smart city techology.

  • saftemate. Photo.

    Lyse buys safety alarm

    Lyse bought the safety alarm Safemate on 17 September, and strengthens thereby its position within welfare technology. – The safety alarm is a key element in increasing safety and life quality in your own home, says CEO of Smartly Jan Holm.

  • CEO Eimund Nygaard

    Half year 2014: surplus of 1.6 billion

    The Lyse Group recorded a profit of 1624 million in the first half of 2014. The main reason for the strong result is the gain from the sale of 51% of Skangass to the Finnish company Gasum.

  • Lyse's stand at ONS

    Lyse + electric guitar = ONS 2014

    Lyse will round off the summer with an electric presence at ONS together with Statnett in the Clean Energy Park.

  • Lyse’s financial result for 2013: 506 million NOK

    Lyse’s financial result for 2013: 506 million NOK

    The Lyse Group’s financial result for 2013 shows a net profit of 506 million NOK, compared to 630 million NOK the year before. The board suggests that 382 million NOK be paid in dividends to the owners.

  • LNG-terminal in Risavika

    Gasum is new LNG partner

    Gasum aquired the majority (51 percent) of Norwegian Skangass’s distribution operations from the Lyse Corporation on 2 May 2014. The aim of the joint venture is to take a strong position in the growing Nordic LNG market.

  • Valerie Chaillou, IDATE

    Europe chooses fibre

    − There are several technologies that can reach high speeds today, but only fibre is one hundred per cent future proof, says FTTx lead analyst at the international research company IDATE.

  • Aidon

    Chooses Finnish technology

    The Finnish company Aidon will deliver automatic power meters for Lyse’s grid customers in southern Rogaland. The rollout of new meters to more than 140 000 customers will be well on the way in 2015.

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