Acorn Bioenergy “to provide 25% of the UK’s biomethane supply”

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Acorn Bioenergy, acquired by Qualitas Energy in 2022, consists of an innovative team of professionals from the energy, engineering and agricultural sectors. The team works together to develop anaerobic digestion (AD) sites under the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive and the Green Gas Support Scheme.
With 15 sites currently under development, the company is a strong player in the sector. By the end of 2023, the company hopes to have commenced construction of six large-scale AD sites.
"We take full responsibility for the entire scope of each project from development to construction and operations,” said Veitch. “We are primarily focused on developing large-scale agriculturally based plants, and are actively looking for more sites to add to the development pipeline.”
A greener future
According to the World Biogas Association, AD and biogas have the potential to deliver 50% of the Global Methane Pledge, which was launched at COP 26 in Glasgow, Scotland in 2021. Participants joining the Pledge agree to take voluntary actions to reduce global methane emissions by at least 30% from 2020 levels by 2030. Over 150 countries have signed...

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