Norway: The largest plant in Northern Europe is in construction in Skogn
The new plant in Skogn, Norway, will be producing liquefied biogas and will double the Norwegian renewable energy capacity.
The plant will use waste and by-products from the Norway’s forestry sector as feedstock. Mr Håvard Wollan, CEO at development company Biokraft AS said: ‘This is a milestone for green restructuring. We show that it is possible to unite industry’s profitability requirements with the world’s need for clean fuel, more food production and reduced climate challenges. The new plant at Skogn will be the leader in sustainable and environmentally friendly use of resources, and will represent a profitable business that creates jobs and value for society. It is estimated that this biogas plant can reduce CO2 emissions by 3 million tonnes by 2030.’
Read more here (in Norwegian).