Xergi Biogas, Denmark’s market leading supplier of AD technology is building a successful biogas business in the UK with multiple plants now either operational, or in construction making a total of two operational and two in progress. And, now a new plant has been announced. As you can see from the multiple news item snippets below, the announcement is getting plenty of exposure within the AD and Renewable Energy news scene.
Other European continental companies have been successful in the UK farm on food waste processing biogas plant industry, on a number of occasions.
In March 2011, Xergi Biogas handed over a new biogas plant to one of Britain’s largest vegetable producers at Wrangle, near Boston in Lincolnshire. However, it is not clear from the website News Releases, how their announced Scottish AD plant to be built at Barkip, North Ayrshire is progressing.
We think that Xergi still has some way to go compared with Biogas Nord. That German biogas EPC Contractor has probably built the largest number of German designed Anaerobic Digestion Plants in the UK with four being listed in the reference section of their UK website. A number of others have built just one plant such as Weltec,
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Xergi to supply new biogas plant for Bernard Matthews
“Xergi is to supply Holton Renewable Power Ltd., which is a joint venture between Bernard Matthews, the UK’s largest turkey business, and Glendale Power, a development company specialising in anaerobic digestion, with a biogas plant. The plant will be …”
“Xergi is to supply Holton Renewable Power, which is a joint venture between Bernard Matthews and Glendale Power, a development company specialising in anaerobic digestion, with a biogas plant. The plant will be located close to Bernard Matthews’ …”