Shanks, one of the Europe’s leading sustainable waste management businesses, has submitted a planning application to Torfaen County Borough Council for the development of an Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant at its site at New Inn, Pontypool, South Wales.
In March 2012, WELTEC BIOPOWER started building one of Germany‘s largest biogas plants in Arneburg, Stendal District, Saxony-Anhalt
Innogy Venture Capital together with European financial investor Gimv and other partners placed in Brussels their signatures on an agreement to invest in the Belgian company GreenWatt S. A. GreenWatt designs, operates and builds turnkey biogas plants for the decentralised generation of renewable heat and power from biodegradable high water content wastes without depending on the addition of slurry
Zorg Biogas AG, a Swiss engineering bureau, started offering a new technology for municipal solid waste (MSW) recycling. The new tech is dry anaerobic composting.
Food waste and leftovers are converted into green energy through the anaerobic digestion process in a new biogas plant in northern France
Xergi has signed a contract with the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (MMPA) for the establishment of a new biogas plant in the United States. The biogas plant, Hometown BioEnergy, will be built with gas fired CHP engines with a total output of 8 MW electrical power. Hometown BioEnergy will be built in Le Sueur, Minnesota and will produce biogas from agricultural and food processing wastes such as sweet corn silage, potato waste and chicken manure.
The Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), a member of the IDB Group, is partnering with the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) and two Dutch non-governmental organizations, Hivos and SNV, to launch a $6.3 million biogas market development program that will bring renewable energy to small farmers in Nicaragua and contribute to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.