How will Växjö Energi transport the liquid carbon dioxide to the final storage location in the North Sea?
By rail and then by ship. The lack of a port near Växjö is a challenge in itself. We are currently looking into how we can manage the transport and storage aspects in the most efficient and sustainable ways possible. The rail transport will require close collaboration with the Swedish Transport Administration, and it will also require a siding so that freight trains can stop at Sandviksverket to collect the carbon dioxide. We are also in discussions with Danish and Norwegian stakeholders to secure a well-working delivery chain all the way to the North Sea.