Denmark's PKA injects capital into biogas via fund

For the first time, the energy fund of Danish pension fund administrator PKA -- SustainSolutions -- is channeling capital into biogas.

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Grønhøj Bioenergy's biogas facility in Denmark has been able to make its planned expansion happen thanks to the fund SustainSolutions -- owned by PKA -- according to a corporate announcement.

The expansion of the biogas facility means that the heating production has increased by 30 percent and now includes two tanks. The total value of the biogas facility after the expansion is DKK 130 million (EUR 17.5 million), and it now produces 9 million cubic meters of green gas every year.

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