Nordic investor to leverage Norwegian CCS expertise in Denmark

Infrastructure investor Infranode has become part owner of the Klemetsrud carbon capture project in Norway. Now the company is setting its sights on Danish CCS projects, while the project team collaborates with Danish waste management companies.

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Infranode’s entry into the Norwegian carbon capture project in Klemetsrud could also lead into the Danish market for the Swedish infrastructure investor.

At least, this is what Silas Harbo hopes after opening a Danish office last fall as country manager of Infranode in Denmark.

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