Α €2.1 billion (£1.9bn) carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Norway has been approved by the state aid regulator, the European Free Trade Association Surveillance Authority (ESA).
ESA ensures that Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway respect their obligations under the European Economic Area Agreement.
The full-scale CCS project will help Norway reach its climate goals by developing carbon capture facilities at a cement factory and a waste-to-energy plant.
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