Expanding AD Capacity In The UK
Basingstoke, Hampshire

After raising $160 million in 2012, Tamar Energy Ltd set out on an aggressive plan to build 40 anaerobic digestion facilities over the next five years, and generate 100 MW of green electricity.
David Riggle
BioCycle March/April 2014, Vol. 55, No. 3, p. 62


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Anaerobic Digestion In The United Kingdom
Of the UK’s nonwater industry plants, 44 use agricultural feedstocks such as slurries and crops. One example is the Spring Farm anaerobic digester in Norfolk, UK.

The AD sector in the UK has grown exponentially with 108 nonwater industry plants as of April — up from 74 a year ago. The ADBA outlines key steps needed to continue this pace.
Matt Hindle
BioCycle May 2013, Vol. 54, No. 5, p. 41