When you choose aluminium from Hydro, it's strong, light, durable and climate efficient, making you part of a smarter and more sustainable future. Our climate strategy is to cut our CO2 emissions 30% by 2030. Our aluminium can help you meet your goals, too.
With more than a century of experience in renewable energy, Hydro is one of the top three operators of power production in Norway, and a significant market player in the Nordics and Brazil.
We are responsible for developing new business opportunities for Hydro within both renewable energy, hydrogen and batteries, and we provide support to the rest of Hydro’s business areas on contracts, security of supply and energy framework conditions.
Aluminium is the metal of the future. Every day we strive to make aluminium part of the solution to the greatest challenge of our time.
A world of opportunities for students, graduates and professionals. A learning culture of challenges, responsibilities and variety. A friendly work environment of knowledgeable professionals. We depend on different perspectives to build industries that matter – for a more sustainable future. With us, you’re part of a bigger story. A story shaped by you.
We are a leading aluminium and renewable energy company that has created business opportunities for more than a century by developing products, solutions and industries that address global needs and demands. We supply low-carbon aluminium to customers worldwide and offer renewable energy solutions to industries that want to power manufacturing in a greener way.
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Hydro is a leading industrial company committed to a sustainable future. Our purpose is to create more viable societies by developing natural resources into products and solutions in innovative and efficient ways.
In February 2018 the region of Barcarena in northern Brazil suffered from flooding following two days of heavy rainfall. The areas flooded included Hydro’s Alunorte alumina refinery, which refines bauxite into alumina which is then used to produce aluminium.