Norway submits plan for £2bn carbon capture and storage project

The government proposes to initially implement the carbon capture technology at Norcem’s cement factory in Brevik

Satellites to detect Finnish district heating network leaks in new innovative pilot project

The programme, which will focus on thermal differences data on the ground surface, aims to support the energy sector’s transition to carbon-neutrality

Plans for carbon negative district heating in Sweden

Stockholm Exergi is exploring whether a carbon capture system could be used at the Värtaverket power plant in Stockholm

Neste inks PPA with Fortum for Finnish wind power

Electricity delivery from the Kalax wind farm is expected to start in early 2021

World’s first nuclear waste storage facility in Finland moves forward

Developer Posiva plans to store spent nuclear fuel at a depth of around 400 to 450 metres in the Onkalo bedrock on Olkiluoto island

Finnish firms launch ‘world’s first’ hub for CO2 removal certificates

Puro aims to test if CO2 removals can be made visible and tradable through an open, online platform

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New tech means 80% of an EV battery can now be recycled

Clean energy company Fortum says it has a solution for what is potentially the biggest sustainability issue associated with EVs

Wireless chargers for electric taxis in Oslo

Charging plates will be installed in areas where taxis are parked

Finnish firms join forces for safe management of Chinese radioactive waste

Around 20 new reactors are expected to be added in the East Asian country by 2020

E.ON completes €3.8bn Uniper sale to Fortum

It follows approval from the European Commission and the Russian Antimonopoly Authority