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One of Norway’s largest district heating and cooling providers chooses IFS Cloud to help Oslo reach climate goals

One of Norway’s largest district heating and cooling providers chooses IFS Cloud to help Oslo reach climate goals

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IFS, a global cloud enterprise software company, has announced that Norwegian renewable energy provider, Hafslund Oslo Celsio has purchased IFS Cloud as a single platform to support the digitalisation of multiple services across its business.

With sustainability and the circular economy increasingly crucial across the industry, Hafslund Oslo Celsio will use the IFS solution to drive efficiencies across its green energy production processes, develop carbon capture and storage capabilities and reduce waste.

Having undergone a change in ownership, the Norwegian energy provider was looking for one common platform capable of supporting Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Field Service Management (FSM) across its two Oslo-based processing plants.

Hafslund Oslo Celsio also wanted the chosen system to deliver economies of scale at its Haraldrud and Klemetsrud sites: the latter is not only Norway’s biggest waste facility but will also become the world’s first incineration plant with full-scale carbon capture. Finally, with enhanced sustainability in mind, Hafslund Oslo Celsio was looking for a solution to help it to meet the city of Oslo’s increasingly ambitious climate goals. IFS Cloud was the intuitive choice in every respect.

IFS is implementing the solution for Hafslund Oslo Celsio. Once fully rolled out, it will support 400 users across a 700 kilometres-wide distribution net. IFS is also delivering IFS Success services and expert consultancy to the Norwegian energy provider.

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