anaerobic digestion services

anaerobic digestion

we are working with several clients on farm and estate anaerobic digestion projects -  a process which converts waste products into heat and power.

Anaerobic digestion is the process which converts organic matter into biogas and then heat & power.
 
The organic matter feedstocks can be farm wastes such as slurry & manure, energy crops such as maize & grass silage or other wastes from food processing and production such as fruit & vegetables.
 
The heat & electricity produced may be used on the farm or estate to provide energy to existing businesses such as broiler units, pack houses and property. Surplus electricity can be exported to the National Grid. One of the advantages of anaerobic digestion is the by product – a digestate that is a useful organic fertiliser which can be used on crops.
 
We are working with many clients on anaerobic digestion projects ranging from 125Kw small scales ones to several Mw gas to grid projects. Our services include:
 
  • feasibility studies
  • due diligence reports for banks and finance providers
  • joint ventures
  • lease agreements
  • planning permission
  • project management.
The articles and case studies below give an insight into some of our work. However to discuss your project further please contact David Kinnersley.
 
 
key drivers for on farm AD

key drivers for on farm AD

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case study

case study

Stetchworth Estate Farms
Planning for a sustainable future with an AD plant to provide green electricity

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developing an AD scheme

Weighing up the opportunities for on farm AD

Read David Kinnersley's presentation from Nextgen 2014 

key contacts

key contacts

Contact one of our renewables team for further information on anaerobic digestion plants:

01295 226294

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David Kinnersley

David Kinnersley
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