Tag: Grass

Low Input High Diversity Biomass

Please see below a message from one of our members:  "Walking around the show I was struck by the number of references to what I would describe as Low Input High Diversity Biomass which I think has a significant potential to be developed into an important feed stock for…

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Tags: low input high diversity biomass, grass, feedstocks

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Research project investigates use of grass from verges in AD


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Last week I attended a demonstration of an exciting research project that is investigating the potential to harvest grass from roadside verges in Lincolnshire and use it as a feedstock in an AD plant. The event, which was hosted at an AD plant at Scrivelsby Grange near Horncastle, was attended…

Posted in: ADBA News, R&D Updates

Tags: verge biomass, grass, anaerobic digestion, biogas, crop operators

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In view of the ongoing debate about a new feed-in tariff (FIT) system, the development of renewable energies in the UK is becoming ever more challenging. Thus, most anaerobic digestion plants are currently implemented by experienced companies. After all, quick planning and construction are a must in order to benefit…

Posted in: Members' press release

Tags: member's press release, Weltec Biopower, FIT, Northern Ireland, strabane, cattle manure, Silage, chicken manure, grass, sugar beet, maize, v, low farm, pre-accreditation, pig manure, multimix, feedstock, aberdeen, Scotland, stoneleigh, warwickshire, agriculture, Derek Sivyer

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