UK energy infrastructure firm enters biogas sector

A UK energy infrastructure firm has announced it is entering the biogas sector. Fulcrum designs and installs new gas and utility infrastructure in domestic properties and businesses so they can […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

A UK energy infrastructure firm has announced it is entering the biogas sector.

Fulcrum designs and installs new gas and utility infrastructure in domestic properties and businesses so they can receive gas from the UK network.

It will now start providing pipelines to connect biogas plants to the country’s distribution network.

The new project, part of the company’s strategy to operate across a range of utility sectors, aims to enable the usage of energy produced by biogas generators.

The biogas industry in the country is experiencing “considerable growth” and has expanded seven-fold since 2010, stated the firm.

Martin Donnachie, CEO of Fulcrum said: “Biogas is becoming an important part of the UK’s energy mix and there is real potential for it to take an even greater role in the future.”