First Scottish gas to grid AD plant is now live

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Iona’s first fund, IEILP, has financed the design and construction of first commercial gas to grid Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant in in Scotland in 2014. The construction of a 36,000 tonnes facility is finished and first gas injection was registered before Christmas 2014.

For further news on Scotland’s waste prevention programme read the article “Much to digest in ‘gas to grid’ energy” in Scotsman.

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