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ENGIE acquires UK AD facility Rainbarrow Farm

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ENGIE has announced the completion of its acquisition of the award-winning Rainbarrow Farm anaerobic digestion (AD) facility located in Dorset in South West England.
With an annual operational capacity of 57 GWh, this AD facility has been providing renewable energy to the local community for over a decade.
Following last September's announcement of the acquisition of Ixora Energy Ltd, a leading UK-based biomethane producer since 2017, this new production facility is added to ENGIE's growing portfolio of AD plants in the UK and support its ambitions in the renewable gas industry.
By working with the local community in the Poundbury area of Dorchester and across Dorset, this site is a perfect example of how a circular economy can be created through biomethane, a renewable and locally produced energy, consumed in the town of Poundbury, and which provides sustainable solutions that support local businesses.
Stuart Rennie, managing director of ENGIE Renewable Gases UK, stated: "This acquisition is another important step in the expansion of our renewable gas portfolio in the fast-growing UK market. Rainbarrow Farm AD is providing the community with much-needed renewable energy, and is contributing to the country's energy transition and its energy sovereignty."






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