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Waste-to-energy test plant takes out the trash in Rio

The test facility produces enough biogas each month to power a fleet of 1,000 cars

Forget milk – an average cow can produce up to 3kwh of electricity

Networking platform Renewity says this power can then be sent to the electricity grid

Plans unveiled to build $120m food-to-energy plant in US

RNG Energy Solutions and Philadelphia Energy Solutions are partnering to develop the project

Severn Trent snaps up food waste recycling firm in £120m deal

Agrivert UK generates energy from food waste and has five anaerobic digestion facilities

UK investment firm buys anaerobic digestion plant for £18m

It has a thermal capacity of 5MW and predominantly produces biomethane to be injected to the grid

UK anaerobic digestion trade body has a gas with low carbon vehicles

It has signed up to become a member of the Natural Gas Vehicle Network (NGVN)

Foresight Group buys 2.5MW anaerobic digestion plant on the Isle of Wight

The site can process in excess of 50,000 tonnes of energy crops each year

UK anaerobic digestion deal successfully signed

An investment manager has bought one of the largest anaerobic digestion (AD) owners and operators in the UK for an undisclosed sum. Biogen, a subsidiary company of Ancala Partners, has acquired Tamar Energy in a deal that creates one of the largest independent AD platforms in the UK. The combined group will operate a network […]

UK’s anaerobic digestion fees labelled ‘unjustified’

The UK’s anaerobic digestion trade body has said the Environment Agency’s proposals to increase charges and fees for operators are “unjustified”. The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) said significant increases in the majority of charges associated with environmental permits and applications will have financial implications for the bulk of both new and existing AD […]

Yorkshire Water embraces sewage sludge market

Yorkshire Water has announced it is to embrace the sludge treatment market to drive efficiency, boost resilience and accelerate innovation within the water sector. The water company currently spends around 10% of its annual operating costs treating sludge but now plans to offer more opportunities for third-party companies to improve how it transports, treats and […]