The World’s First Fully Electrified Copper Mine

Nussir is 100% electric, powered on renewable sources. A globally significant, revolutionary project, driving change in the industry.

Providing a Critical Product for the Green Revolution, to Europe, from Europe

The copper that Nussir extracts is vital as the world shifts to green solutions and technology. We are mining for a sustainable future!

One of the World's cleanest copper ores

Supplying Europe with one of the world’s cleanest copper concentrates from Norway’s largest copper deposit.

Supply Chain Sustainability

Environmentally friendly and short supply line to world leading smelters.

The Company

Nussir ASA is a Norwegian company which will be financing and starting the construction of the Nussir Copper Project in Northern Norway.

All Permits

Nussir ASA has received all its major permits and approvals from the Norwegian government, and a positive feasibility study was undertaken by SRK Consulting.

Fully Electric

A feasibility study has just been finished with the objective of making the Nussir project the first fully electrified mine in the world.

All of Nussir ASA’s equipment will run on renewable energy. The mine will have a low environmental impact as it will be an underground mine, and the surface operation will make use of an existing operational industrial site. There have been many years of consultation between the company and local groups, including the indigenous Sami. The company has recently signed an important Co-operation Agreement with the local municipality.

Info-film about sea-tailings

Explore the NUSSIR project through our short info-film.

Subtitles available in both norwegian and english.

Autumn Status Nussir ASA

A Short Project Overview, by CEO Øystein Rushfeldt

Autumn Status Nussir ASA

A Short Project Overview, by CEO Øystein Rushfeldt

What is not grown has to be mined.

TEDx talk by geologist Lucy Crane

Mining plays an important part in most aspects of our everyday life, and sustainable mining is a part of the solution to a low carbon future.