Amount of homes powered by our gas this year


Total amount of green energy produced (kW)


Amount of homes powered by our electricity this year

Key areas we can help:

Feasibility and Funding

AD Construction and Commissioning

AD Plant Operation and Management

Feedstock and Digestate Management

Sustainability Management and Support Payments

Environmental and Health & Safety Management

Planning and Community

Support and Back Office Services

As well as running our own plants, we work with anaerobic digestion (AD) sites that sit outside of our portfolio. This has made us even more aware of how valuable our experience in running successful plants is to the renewable energy market. Throughout 2021, we’ll be sharing news and updates about our latest partnerships and how your business can tap into the future of AD. In the meantime, if you are looking to increase the efficiency of your AD facility or are looking at the feasibility of a new facility, we welcome the opportunity to help you.

AD for Corporates
Existing AD Turnaround

Achieving your Net Zero Goals

We are extremely excited about the future and we are looking forward to combining our skills and experience to fight against climate change. We want to help develop your Net Zero strategy by demonstrating how AD can be a fundamental solution in achieving your targets.

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Latest News

Renewable Energy Feature on BBC Radio Devon

October 20th, 2021|

Mark Voss, Operations Director for Gorst Energy, was recently interviewed on BBC Radio Devon regarding the renewable energy created at our plant for the city of Exeter. Click here to listen to his extract from 11am.

Mini Digesters

October 13th, 2021|

A significant element of Ixora’s growth as a green energy company has been our investment in innovation. As part of work to find more streamlined and sustainable ways to produce green gas, we have set up several ‘mini’ anaerobic digesters. If you’ve ever seen an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, you may know that the digesters are gigantic tanks with domes on which work 24/7 to turn organic waste into [...]

Green Business of the Year

September 22nd, 2021|

We are excited to announce that we have been shortlisted for Business Leader’s Green Business of the Year award. We are grateful that our work in sustainability is being recognised. What is anaerobic digestion? Anaerobic digestion (AD) is a method of producing renewable energy from the ‘digestion’ of blended ‘feedstock’ materials. These feedstocks will typically be taken from sources including livestock waste products, energy crops, and residues and wastes from food production. [...]

Greenwashing Explained

September 2nd, 2021|

Greenwashing is a term used to describe companies who use sustainability as a marketing tactic, rather than taking direct action. Greenwashing often occurs when companies overemphasise the positive environmental impact they have, providing misleading or false information in order to improve their reputation and increase sales. What regulations are in place? As more and more cases of greenwashing are being unveiled by activists, non-profits and legal teams, the UK government is strengthening [...]

Now is the time to act: the IPCC report explained

August 24th, 2021|

The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest report is a wakeup call for humanity about the imminent climate catastrophe. The world is warmer than it has ever been in the last 125 thousand years, and the rate at which it is increasing is unignorable. The IPCC predicts that the world will continue to warm until the middle of the century, which will result in even more natural disasters; rising sea levels, [...]

Wildflower Margins

August 12th, 2021|

Protecting Somerset's watercourses from phosphates is crucial to ensuring that the diverse ecosystem continues to thrive. Here at our Sustainable Energy Generation (SEG) plant, along with our farming partners Frogmary Green Farm Ltd, we have been busy planting wildflower margins alongside our crops to protect the watercourses. Take a look at our video to watch the flowers grow!

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