$15m biogas plant to support sustainable farming in Sweden


Nordic biogas producer Scandinavian Biogas has been granted SEK 154m (US$15m) in funding to construct a Bio-LNG (liquefied natural gas) project in the municipality or Örkelljunga, around 500km south of Stockholm.

Feedstock will incorporate manure and other residual products from agriculture and food production and – with an estimated capacity of 130 GWh (gigawatt hours) – the facility will reduce annual carbon dioxide (CO2) production by around 53,000 tonnes. 

Funding for the planet – which will also produce 200,000 tonnes of biofertilizer – will be provided by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency’s programme Klimatklivet. 

To be built on municipal industrial land east of Skånes Fagerhult, the project is now undergoing preparations association with investment decision, e.g., environmental permit. 

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