Nordics bet on advanced biofuels to suit carbon neutrality ambitions

In its biorefinery in Lappeenranta, forest company UPM produces 130,000 tons of renewable biofuel every year. [NOEVA/SHUTTERSTOCK]


Scandinavian governments have raised the bar in their commitment to becoming carbon neutral and several companies have responded by developing new technologies to harness forest resources, widely recognised as the Nordic green gold, in a bid to reduce transport emissions.

Renowned worldwide for their cold weather and iconic timber, Sweden and Finland are now trying to build a reputation as leading countries in the fight to global warming, taking their climate commitments seriously.


Source: Euractiv


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