Norway and Sweden extend electricity certification scheme

The green subsidy scheme between Sweden and Norway has been extended after the two countries reached an agreement.

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The Norwegian and Swedish governments have reached agreement regarding the further development of their electricity certification scheme. The deal includes an extension ahead to 2030.

In extension of the green subsidy scheme, Sweden has been granted permission to add 18 TWH going towards 2030.

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