Exclusive: Fortum’s high hopes for waste-to-energy CCS plants


A waste-to-energy plant running in the Norwegian capital of Oslo could soon utilise ground-breaking CCS technology to help reduce carbon emissions as the country looks to power ahead with its green recovery.

That’s the end goal for international energy company Fortum which is currently working on the ambitious project that, if successful, will be responsible for decarbonising the plant that has been operating in the city since 1985.

Playing a large part in this effort is Jannicke Gerner Bjerkås, Director for CCS at Fortum Oslo Varme.

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