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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: WELTEC BIOPOWER Expands Plant Lineup in Northern Ireland

German biogas specialist WELTEC BIOPOWER is currently building three anaerobic digestion plants in Northern Ireland. All three 500-kW plants will shortly be completed and will go live in summer 2018. Two of them are being set up in County Antrim in north-east Northern Ireland. Another plant is being built in Benburb in County Tyrone. Thus, WELTEC will soon account for nine of a total of about 40 biogas plants in Northern Ireland. In recognition of this strong overseas commitment, WELTEC BIOPOWER recently qualified for the second place in the ranking of the German Foreign Trade Award.
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ADBA visits Northern Ireland farmers

On the kind invitation of Morton's, agricultural suppliers since the company was founded in 1856, last week I visited Northern Ireland to meet with AD operators, farmers and agronomists. Morton's supply much of Northern Ireland's agricultural AD plants with the…

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Northern Ireland RHI: notice of scheme closure

Following the news that the RHI will be closed to new entrants in Northern Ireland, the Department for Energy, Trade and Investment has published a formal notice of scheme closure on its website. This is available here: https://adbioresources.org/news/northern-ireland-rhi-to-close-from-march This means that:…

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