Climate-smart products and solutoins
We need to use more wood in construction in order to achieve the climate goals, but at the same time use as little materials as possible.More about climate-smart products
Moelven has a long history, and this year the company can look back on 120 years of operation. The basic idea has nevertheless always been the same: to use natural resources from the forest to the fullest.
In 2018, we moved some boundaries by building the world's tallest wooden house. The Mjøsa Tower in Brumunddal is a signal building that paves the way for new climate-smart solutions.
In order for us to continue to deliver sustainable products and services of public benefit, we must be a reliable partner and create climate-smart solutions. Sustainability is crucial to our competitiveness. Therefore, we have set ambitious and concrete sustainability goals within four main areas. For one thing we can state for years to come: We will contribute to a sustainable future in wood.
According to the UN Climate Panel, in order to successfully limit global temperature rises to less than 2 degrees Celsius by 2100, we must bind more carbon than we release. We can do this by “capturing” greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and storing them underground or by practising active forestry and using more wood in construction.Read more about why we fell trees
Wood is a renewable and climate-smart material that fits perfectly in both large and small construction projects. Also, the Norwegian and Swedish forests are full of timber. We have decided to build a sustainable future from wood.Let nature come home
Climate-smart energy solutions should of course be built in a climate-friendly material. Moelven Töreboda is now participating in an innovation project, where the goal is to develop a concept for 150 meter high wind turbines with glulam.Read more about the innovation project
Designing interiors with system walls from Moelven Modus is the best environmental choice. You will be working with a building system that is environmentally approved and built on circular economy principles, where the components are designed to be able to be taken apart and reassembled in a new design, thereby reducing the burden on our shared environment.Read more about the Modus Method
Construction of Mjøstårnet is now completed. The 85.4 m high building was opened in March 2019 and is officially the world's tallest timber building.Explore the wooden tower