Solarig invests €250m to build ten biomethane plants in Spain

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Renewable developer Solarig will invest €250 million to build and operate ten biomethane plants in Spain, reported Reuters.
The ten plants will be built in the Castile and Leon region and will use agricultural and livestock waste as main energy source.
The facilities are expected to start entering into operations by the end of 2025.
The announcement comes following Solarig's formation of Biorig earlier this year.
This new division specialises in the development and implementation of biomethane production plants in Europe.
“As part of our strategy we are launching Biorig. The objective is to develop more than 20 biomethane production plants in Europe with an investment of more than €300 million," said Miguel Ángel Calleja, president of Solarig.
"This operation is part of the company’s Strategic Plan, which prioritises the diversification of our activities towards the development of projects within the framework of the energy transition.”

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