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Our Sustainable Portfolio

Ixora Energy’s anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities are based in the South West of England. They produce biogas through the breakdown of agricultural feedstocks including farm waste, food production by-products and sustainably grown crops. The biogas is processed to generate renewable gas and electricity.

Our renewable energy is put directly into local networks, so it avoids the reliance on imported fossil fuels that have caused so many problems since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Also, our facilities supply organic fertiliser to local farmers, reducing their need to import artificial fertilisers. This helps to mitigate recent large price rises and greatly lowers their carbon footprint.

Condate Biogas
Gorst Energy
Rainbarrow Farm

A Team of AD Experts

Ixora Energy’s team have decades of collective experience in the renewable energy and AD sector. With specialisms including business growth, feedstock management, supplier contracts, and regulatory compliance, they efficiently operate our AD plants to the highest possible standard.

Meet the Team

Work With Us

As well as running our own plants, we work with AD sites that sit outside of our portfolio. Whether you are looking at the feasibility of an AD plant to meet your business’ Net Zero goals, or want to improve the profitability of an existing operation, our experience of running successful plants will be invaluable.

We are also committed to partnering with those who are at the forefront of AD research and innovation. Exciting initiatives that we are currently supporting include smart grids, district heating schemes, artificial intelligence for AD plants, and the untapped potential of AD to generate green hydrogen.

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Universities and Innovators
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Latest News

Ixora Energy helps raise thousands for local charity

April 5th, 2024|

Local businesses, including Condate Biogas, rallied together in support of the South Molton Fatstock Show, and it has been confirmed that the collective efforts of local businesses has helped raise an impressive £4664.91 for local charity Care for Kids North Devon.   Darren Stockley, Managing Director of Condate Biogas, comments: “We're proud to play our part in supporting Care for Kids North Devon and making a positive impact on the lives of [...]

Ixora Energy Wins Exeter Sustainability Award

April 2nd, 2024|

We are delighted to announce we have been awarded the Small Business Award (10-49 employees) at this year’s Exeter Sustainability Awards 2024. Organised by Exeter City Council, the awards are a prestigious annual event celebrating businesses, organisations, and individuals who actively contribute to the city's sustainability goals. The Small Business category was sponsored by Exeter City Futures and this year's awards received numerous nominations, making Ixora Energy's achievement all the more [...]

Nick Bragg’s (of Frogmary Farm) epic 1,000-mile journey for RABI

March 1st, 2024|

Nick Bragg, owner of Frogmary Green Farm (where our SEG Plant is located), is undertaking an epic 1,000-mile Ten Day Challenge in aid of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI). This will involve him starting at the Northumberland County show, before cycling down the length of the UK, stopping at various farms and Krone dealerships along the way. He will finish at the Royal Cornwall show. Nick will be accompanied by a [...]

Gorst Energy excited to be shortlisted for Exeter Sustainability Awards

February 23rd, 2024|

We are thrilled to announce that Gorst Energy (part of the Ixora Group) has been shortlisted in the Small Business Category (10-49 employees) for the prestigious Exeter Sustainability Awards. These awards, organised by Exeter City Council, aim to celebrate and honour individuals, businesses, and organisations actively contributing to sustainability in the city. With Exeter City Council's ambitious goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, Gorst Energy is proud to be recognised for [...]

Gorst Energy excited to attend Exeter Living Awards Celebration Event for Finalists

February 15th, 2024|

We were thrilled to attend Media Clash's event exclusively held for those businesses shortlisted in 2024. Held at The Bootlegger, the event brought together a vibrant community of businesses, each representing excellence and innovation in their respective fields. Sarah Jepson, representing Gorst Energy at the event, joined other industry leaders in commemorating the achievements of Exeter's business community. Pictured alongside Harriet Dixon of Media Clash, Sarah shared in the excitement of being [...]

Gorst Energy Shortlisted for Exeter Living Award in Sustainability

January 29th, 2024|

We are delighted to share the news that we have been shortlisted for the esteemed Exeter Living Award in the Sustainability Category. “This recognition highlights our ongoing commitment to contributing to a more sustainable future for Exeter and its neighbouring areas and we are so pleased to have been shortlisted, this is testament to our hardworking team”, says Darren Stockley, Managing Director for Gorst Energy (ENGIE). “We’d like to congratulate the other [...]

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