As part of a new policy to promote biogas in farming, the EBRD will loan EUR 15 million for the first phase of a EUR 50 million, 20 MW biogas project
Thursday, October 25, 2018

As part of a new policy to promote biogas in farming, the EBRD will loan EUR 15 million for the first phase of a EUR 50 million, 20 MW biogas project

As part of a new policy to promote biogas in farming, the EBRD will loan EUR 15 million for the first phase of a EUR 50 million, 20 MW biogas project for I & U Group, a major agro-holding in Kirovograd region, central Ukraine. By the end of next year, I & U plans to commission a 6 MW plant that will run on 60,000 tons of sugar beet pulp. Residue from biogas fermentation can be used as fertilizer. Waste water can be used for irrigation. Using highly efficient Austrian technology, the facility can also run on corn silage, chicken litter, and pig and cow manure. It is under construction at the Novomirhorod sugar factory, 65 km northeast of Kropyvnytskyi, the regional capital.

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