The Jordberga biogas facility is the largest anaerobic digestion plant in Sweden for the production of biogas. The raw material is mainly locally produced energy crops. The facility was built on the site of the old sugar mill at Jordberga. Swedegas has invested in a gas pipeline that will link up to the grid north-east of Trelleborg. The fact that the facility has become a reality is due largely to the decision by the public transport company Skånetrafiken that all transport will be fossil-free by 2020. Operations started in September 2014.
The company behind the Jordberga biogas facility are Swedish Biogas International.