A EUR 17 million biogas complex starts operating in August in Odesa region’s Okny district.
Monday, July 30, 2018

A EUR 17 million biogas complex starts operating in August in Odesa region’s Okny district.

A EUR 17 million biogas complex starts operating in August in Odesa region’s Okny district. Drawing on farm waste and silage, the complex is to produce 5 MW and employ 25 people. According to Svetlana Shatalova, of the regional administration, KO Biogas Development Company Ltd., a Cyprus company, plans to build four more biogas plants in the district, a rural area on the border with Moldova, a three hour drive north of Odesa.

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