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The Valsneset industrial area was established in the late 1970s, and in the late 1990s Valsneset became a central location in the work to establish wind power technology in Norway, which resulted in Trønderenergi establishing its first wind farm with five wind turbines in 2006. It also established a Norwegian test center for wind power technology with three licenses for testing different types of wind turbines. In 2019, the test center was replaced by a new wind power company, Vimle, which established itself with three new wind turbines at Valsneset, which can therefore be considered self-sufficient in electricity. The big breakthrough for Valsneset as an industrial area came in 2014, when Marine Harvest AS (now MOWI AS) opened its first feed factory with 50 employees and a capacity of 200,000 tonnes of fish feed for use in the aquaculture industry. In 2019, the number of employees had increased to approx. 90, and the factory sold fish feed for approx. NOK 4.5 billion. In 2021, the factory has received permission to further increase production up to 420,000 tonnes, and will thus be one of the world's largest factories for the production of fish feed. A factory called Fiizk Protection AS has also been established at Valsneset, which produces technical textiles for e.g. closed breeding cages for the farming industry.