Major interest could push Northern Lights to its limit

At the annual Northern Lights meeting, the need for state subsidy was once again cemented, while overwhelming interest could end up pushing capacity to its limit.

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With naked brick walls as a backdrop, Northern Lights held its annual meeting in an old transformer substation in Oslo, Norway. Design and Architecture Norway (DOGA), a center for those trades, provided the stage on which the carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology of the near future was examined and discussed.

And although the various presenters took comfort in the outlook that the much-discussed project is gradually taking shape, they didn't mince words regarding the challenges that still present themselves to the young technology.

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