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Solör Bioenergy Group acquires Swedish district heat company

In Sweden, biomass-fired district energy provider Solör Bioenergy Group (Solör) has announced that it has reached an agreement with Göteborg Energi AB and Ale Municipality to acquire 100 percent of the shares in the district heating network company Ale Fjärrvärme AB. The transaction is expected to be completed at the beginning of March 2022.

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The district heating network has different coverage in the different parts of the municipality. The entire system is connected to Gothenburg’s district heating system. The company manages the district heating supply in Surte, Bohus, Nödinge, Nol, Alafors, Älvängen, and Skepplanda.

The production and delivery of renewable energy in Ale amounts to approximately 60 GWh annually.

“Ale Fjärrvärme will be a central part of Solör Bioenergy Group´s development in the Gothenburg
region. We are highly committed to supporting the Ale Municipality growth and its further development
of sustainability within the renewable energy market,” says Martinus Brandal, Chairman & CEO of Solör
Bioenergy Group (photo courtesy Solör).

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