Asbru Enterprise Park in Keflavik, Iceland, is on the forefront of entrepreneurship, business and academic development in Iceland, with focus on technology, renewable energy, medical tourism and engineering.
The Iceland enterprise park is currently offering business offices of varying size, ranging between 15-60 square metres of divided or combined open spaces with the convenience of being located right next to Keflavik International Airport. Continue reading →
The new website for Iceland’s Asbru Enterprise Park has been launched to heighten its customer support. The website now has developed its usability for Asbru’s potential customers, allowing them to find the services they need more efficiently.
Asbru Enterprise Park prides itself in providing a varied selection of customer services and entrepreneurship, education and business facilities. These include academic programs, aviation training, fitness development, medical tourism projects, as well as Iceland’s first international data centre. Continue reading →
Iceland’s innovation centre and community of education and entrepreneurs, Asbru, has taken another step closer to establishing world-class medical facilities for the whole world to enjoy.
The Asbru community, at the old NATO airbase next to Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport, will become home to a brand new international health services centre, according to the new Term Sheet jointly signed by the Keflavik Airport Development Corporation (Kadeco) and Iceland Health. Continue reading →
According to Tate Cantrell, the Chief Technology Officer of Verne Global, the Data Centre industry has a real need for a clean energy solution that drives down overall cost. Iceland, he believes, offers such a solution.
Verne Global is constructing a green data centre in the Asbru community of education and entrepreneurs on the former NATO military base in southwest Iceland next to the Keflavik International Airport. Since the US military left the base in autumn 2006, the area has seen an impressive revitalisation as a student campus and a technology park. Continue reading →
Keilir Atlantic Center of Excellence in Iceland has signed a research and development contract for wind pumps which could help increase the efficiency of hydroelectric power stations.
Keilir Atlantic Center of Excellence, located in the new Asbru business and education community at a former NATO base in southwest Iceland, has signed a research and development agreement with the Icelandic Energy Company (Íslenska Orkufélagið in Icelandic) for a wind-pumping mechanism. Continue reading →