|Norwegian offshore aquaculture project gets green light|
|Tuesday, 05 April 2016 17:06|
The Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Fisheries has approved Ocean Farming’s project to build what the company is calling the world’s first automated, exposed aquaculture facility.
Situated outside of Trondheim, Norway, the new facility will initially be used for salmon farming, but the company said other fish types could be farmed in the future.
The facility is a new design developed to benefit from being located in deeper waters, further from the coast. The submerged, anchored, fixed structure will float in the exposed ocean and is suitable for water depths of 100 to 300 metres, where the believes biological conditions are better suited for aquaculture.
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