Another biogas project Clarke Energy has done within the UK is M+M Power, Milton Farm, Marches Biogas. Clarke Energy supplied, installed and maintain GE’s Jenbacher 312 gas engine at Milton Farm, Herefordshire. Marches Biogas, a true UK-based provider with over 25 years-experience contracted with Clarke Energy to supply the combined heat and power (CHP) to the newly built anaerobic digestion facility at the farm.
Clarke Energy is exhibiting at The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association’s (ADBA) annual trade show and conference on the 6th-7th July 2016 at Birmingham NEC.
This is the sixth annual trade show and conference, which has grown 600% since their inaugural event in 2010. UK AD & Biogas 2016 will focus specifically on demonstrating where anaerobic digestion can offer the best benefits to Local Authorities, and the food and farming industries but also building on its extraordinary success to date. They have now expanded the tradeshow to cover not just the exceptional opportunities in the UK AD market, but also around the world as the global AD industry starts to take off. Continuing the groundbreaking growth achieved since its inception, it will also offer more exhibitors, more visitors and more feature areas on anaerobic digestion and biogas than ever before.
Showcasing why AD is the missing link to achieving maximum waste and resource management, climate-smart farming and sustainable food production, this event will show not only how beneficial the integration of AD can be but how it can be most successfully achieved.
Clarke Energy’s most recent biogas project include Bernaraby Landfill Power Plant which Clarke Energy has been contracted to supply and deliver one of GE’s Jenbacher 1MWe containerised gas engine to LGI (Landfill Gas Industries Pty. Ltd.) for their new landfill gas power station project at Bernaraby, Queensland, Australia which will be operational in 2016.