The Gothenburg City Council decided on 3 December to support the alliance parties' proposal regarding Göteborg Energi's biogas business.

– In the media, this decision has been presented as if it involves an immediate closure of the GoBiGas plant, which is unfortunate, says Göteborg Energi’s CEO Lotta Brändström in a statement. In reality, this means that we should produce a report on the consequences of a termination of the biogas activities. Then it is up to the politicians to decide, she continues.

Read the full statement from Göteborg Energi at the company's website (in Swedish)

Also read the Swedish Energy Agency's comments (in Swedish)

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