Tag: AD Plant

How Copys Green Farm integrates AD into every part of their business

On the 17th August Thom Koller and I visited Stephen Temple’s on-farm AD plant in Norfolk, which was commissioned in 2010. The site has a methane from biogas plant generating up to 170kW of electricity for the grid and their own use; the electricity is used on the farm,…

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Tags: site visit, on farm ad, AD plant, plant, anaerobic digestion, biomethane]biogas, r&i, emma thomas, thomas koller

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Grass to graphene, AD plant powers chemical production

ADBA MEMBER NEWS Renewable energy plant developer Hallwick Energy, has started construction on a 1 MW anaerobic digester (AD) in Consett, north east England, with funding provided by Ingenious Clean Energy investee company, Generation X Energy Limited. The plant will be supplied by ADBA member MT-Energie UK and will produce power…

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Prism Planning and JFS & Associates secure planning permission for anaerobic digester

ADBA MEMBER NEWS Prism Planning and JFS & Associates are celebrating after getting planning permission for a 1.5MW anaerobic digester to process food waste from nearby Leeming Bar. The consent was granted by North Yorkshire County Council at their planning meeting on 25th March 2014. The decision marked the end of…

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Tags: AD plant, food waste, JFS & Associates, Prism Planning

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Energy Minister Greg Barker opens Tamar’s Retford AD plant

ADBA MEMBER NEWS [caption id=“attachment_19592” align=“alignleft” width=“378”] Greg Barker opens Tamar Energy’s Retford AD plant[/caption] A new anaerobic digestion (AD) facility that turns organic waste into green energy for thousands of homes has been opened today (20 March 2014) in Retford, Nottinghamshire by The Rt Hon Greg Barker…

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Tags: AD plant, DECC, farm-based, Tamar Energy, waste-fed

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FLI Energy completes construction of Tamar Energy's Basingstoke AD plant

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE FLI Energy, has announced today that it has completed construction of the Tamar Energy’s Basingstoke anaerobic digestion facility, and delivered the project to its client a month ahead of schedule. The AD plant and entire site infrastructure was designed and constructed by FLI Energy on…

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Tags: AD plant, FLI Energy, food waste, Tamar Energy

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Kirk secures first AD project in Southern Thailand

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE KIRK GROUP has secured their first anaerobic digestion (AD) project in the Chumporn district, Southern Thailand. The two sister companies, BIODOME® ASIA and BIODOME® INTERNATIONAL, will work together to deliver the project, providing the client with the expertise and knowledge required to complete a state-of-the-art AD…

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Tags: AD plant, Kirk Group, Thailand

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ADBA member Xergi gets third order from the same client

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE After taking stock of the market, Staples Vegetables has now placed their third order with Xergi in three years. Staples Vegetables, one of the UK’s largest vegetable growers with several production units around the UK, has decided to set up another biogas plant in Sibsey…

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Tags: AD plant, farming, food waste

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ADBA member Xergi to supply new biogas plant for Bernard Matthews

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE Bernard Matthews, one of the UK’s largest turkey farmer and supplier, is installing a biogas plant to improve the company’s waste handling and energy costs. The project underlines the wide scope of Xergi’s biogas technology for handling waste. Xergi is to supply Holton…

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Tags: AD plant, farming, food waste, suffolk

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ADBA member Tamar Energy announces first biogas plant

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE Tamar Energy, a leading biogas company in the UK focused on generating energy from organic waste matter, has entered into contracts to build its first anaerobic digestion plant at Holbeach Hurn, Lincolnshire in partnership with AH Worth, a family business whose major operating subsidiary is QV…

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Tags: AD plant, food waste, Tamar Energy

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ADBA member Material Change completes commissioning at Symonds Farm

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE Material Change and Symonds farm have just completed the commissioning phase of the new joint venture 1.4 MW AD plant. The £5million plant, supported by Defra at Symonds Farm, Risby, near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk will generate sufficient to power 3,000 homes. Constructed using Agraferm Technology the…

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Tags: AD plant, Agraferm, Material Change, on-farm

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Building underway on March anaerobic digestion plant

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE Green energy company Local Generation has started building its first anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in March, Cambridgeshire. The plant will transform 30,000tes of both packaged and unpackaged food waste each year into clean, green energy and will be fully operational later in 2011. Nick Waterman, Director of…

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Tags: AD plant, construction, Wrap

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