Stockholm aims to make biomass CO2-negative

With a new CO2 storage facility, Stockholm Exergi is taking the first step in an attempt to make biomass CO2-negative. By 2025, the company will be able to remove up to 2 million tons of CO2 on an annual basis and thus have a climate impact of minus 500,000 tons of carbon emissions per year.

Photo: PR / Stockholm Exergi

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