Our communication policy is to create support and consensus through open communication with stakeholders. We attach great importance to our communication policy and enforce it in all our Company projects.
Our communication policy is to create support and consensus through open communication with stakeholders.
Global Project Excellence Award
The Þeistareykir Geothermal Power Station in Northeast Iceland received this year’s International Project Management Award (IPMA) or Global Project Excellence Award.
The project was considered a benchmark for stakeholder management with a unified project team and “strong orientation towards sustainability ethical behaviour, support of human rights and social responsibility”. Landsvirkjun is honoured that the project received international attention.
Meetings and events during the year
Landsvirkjun holds a number of open meetings each year to share information on its operations. The issues discussed are varied and call for open communication with stakeholders all over the country.
In the land of renewable energy
Landsvirkjun’s annual meeting was held on the 28th of February, under the banner “The land of renewable energy.”
Addresses were given by Þórdis Kolbrun Reykfjord Gylfadottir, Minister of Tourism, Industry, and Innovation, and Jonas Þór Gudmundsson, Chairman of the Board at Landsvirkjun. Hördur Arnarson, CEO at Landsvirkjun presented the financial statement and Ragna Arnadottir, then-Deputy CEO, spoke about the relationship between energy affairs and climate issues.
Bjork Gudmundsdottir, Project Manager, Stefan Karl Sveinbjornsson, Project Manager, Olof Ros Karadottir, Project Manager, Rafnar Larusson, Executive Vice President of the Finance Division and Stefania G. Halldorsdottir Executive Vice President of the Marketing and Business Development Division spoke about the diverse challenges and opportunities presented by climate change.
Energy markets in formation: Open meeting series
Energy markets in formation: Value creation and national interests
The third of four meetings in the open meeting series "Energy markets in formation" was held in the middle of January 2019.
Gunnar Haraldsson of Intellecon and Magnus Arni Skulason of Reykjavik Economics presented their new reports on Iceland’s Energy Resources and future prosperity, and Dagny Osk Ragnarsdottir and Valur Aegisson reviewed Landvirkjun’s business analysis of international competition and the Icelandic energy market and new opportunities in the energy-intensive market.
Other meetings in the series
Carbon Neutrality 2025
Landsvirkjun presented its climate change action plan to a full house at Nautholl restaurant. Topics discussed were Landvirkjun’s goal to be carbon neutral in 2025 and climate change in a broader context.
Speeches were given by Kristin Linda Arnadottir, Deputy CEO, Halldor Þorgeirsson, Chairman of the Icelandic Climate Council and Jona Bjarnadottir, Landvirkjun’s Director of Environment and Natural Resources and Johanna Hlin Audunsdottir, Landvirkjun’s specialist in environmental management, Olafur Elinarson, Gallup’s Director of Market Research and Eggert Benedikt Gudmundsson, Director of Graenvangur.