Anaerobic digestion (AD) is an attractively efficient form of renewable gas production, but it can be a complex jigsaw involving funding construction, plant management, and feedstock supplies. There’s good news though – we have already put three of these four pieces together and, if you have an existing waste stream (from food or agriculture), you might want to start thinking about the fourth: turning your waste and by-products into your own green energy.
As the Government is about to announce the new Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS), now is a great time to take advantage of this financial opportunity while meeting your environmental goals.
What does the scheme involve?
In brief, the scheme means that the government will provide financial support with the aim of funding the gas grid’s decarbonisation. As part of this, a new tariff-based system is being introduced to support the injection of biomethane into the grid. This means that businesses with existing waste streams will be able to benefit from government funding to further green their supply chains.
When do I need to apply?
There is limited funding available and the scheme is based on a first come, first served basis. That’s why we have combined our AD expertise with our construction partner, Biogest, to create a package that will enable you to move quickly, with a project funder already in place.
How can Ixora help?
We have delivered 11 successful AD projects across the UK to date, so we know what it takes to get companies like yours up and running with green energy. Get in touch to find out more about how you and your business can benefit from AD and the Green Gas Support Scheme.