Welcome to the Finnafjord Port Project
he Finnafjord (Icelandic: Finnafjörður) Port Project (FFPP) in North-East Iceland shall become a truly “green” port harnessing the abundant resources of Iceland´s cheap renewable energy. The facility is also a new landmark deep sea port in the North Atlantic ocean for transshipment sailing the Northeast Passage or „Northern Searoute“ capturing the Asia-Europe route.
The Finnafjord area is located in North-East Iceland. Leewards to the prevailing winds and waves, the Finnafjord Port can draw on the cheap and green geothermal and hydroelectric power of Iceland to process natural resources.
Key uses can include:
- Production of hydrogen or other emission-free future fuels
- Desalination of water
- Consolidation and processing facility for raw material from mines in the Arctic region for export to North America or Europe.
- Application of energy-intensive Agribusiness
The Finnafjord Port provides an ideal business location for all sorts of offshore activities close to the Dreki Area. Due to its location on the “great circle” distance from North America to Asia and Europe, there is room for an international freight airport serving the local fish industry.