SAE invests in electric future
Happy users and drastically lowered running costs as we replace the past with the future.
As our old work horse - the Volkswagen biogas cargo van - after 8 years had reached the end of its economical lifetime, we had to consider a replacement.
Bye bye biogas
When you combine the award-winning NV200 with the award-winning 100% electric LEAF (already over 100,000 on the roads), you get breakthrough and innovative benefits. The e-NV200 shares exactly the same technology as the Nissan LEAF. It’s a payoff right from the start, as running 100% electric gives a whole new way to drastically lower our running costs while instantly giving our business an environmental and sustainable new direction.
Hello electric future
SAE re-certified as compliant to ISO-14001:2015
KIWA Teknologisk institutt has recertified our company as compliant with NS-EN ISO 14001:2015
By seeking certification of compliance by an external organization as Kiwa Teknkologisk Institutt we assure ourselves and our stakeholders that we have in effect an environmental management system that ensures our environmental impact is measured and continously improved.
ISO 14001:2015 Certificate
SAE AS at Avfall Norges yearly conference
Avfall Norge is a Norwegian waste management and recycling association leveraging 30 years of industry-specific knowledge to promote and develop socially responsible waste management policies in Norway and Europe.
With new owners and "Brand" we decided to have a booth at this years annual conference.
Hafslund sells Sarpsborg Avfallsenergi AS
We are looking forward to working with our new owners
July 25 (Reuters) - Hafslund ASA :
* Hafslund ASA has completed the transaction of Sarpsborg Avfallsenergi AS (SAE) to Sarpsborg Infrastructure AS, a company owned by Australian superannuation fund Prime Super Pty Limited, as trustee for Prime Super, and managed by Whitehelm Capital Pty Ltd
* The agreed enterprise value for SAE is about 280 million Norwegian crowns ($32.70 million) on a debt- and cash-free basis
* The transaction implies a gain for Hafslund of about 20 million crowns before transaction costs