Finnish gas company Gasum has received grants for the construction of a new biogas plant and four gas refuelling stations for heavy-duty vehicles. The company has received grants of 3 million for the new refuelling stations and 15 million for the biogas plant from the Swedish Climate Leap initiative, Klimatklivet. The Klimatklivet initiative was launched to support efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in Sweden by switching to clean energy. The four new biogas refuelling stations will be built in eastern and western Gothenburg, Malmö and Halmstad, and will become operational in 2020. The biogas plant is currently under construction in Götene and will utilise manure as feedstock to generate liquefied biogas. The biofertilisers generated at the plant will be certified as organic.