Elkem to develop £15m biocarbon pilot plant in Canada

The project supports the company’s long term goal of contributing to climate-neutral metal production

Chemical industry group Elkem has announced plans to develop a new NOK180 million (£15m) biocarbon pilot plant in Canada.

It aims to secure industrial verification of its technology for renewable biocarbon, with a long term goal of contributing to climate-neutral metal production.

Elkem says the technology has the potential for application in other industry sectors, contributing to reduced carbon emissions.

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