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Feasibility study for the proposed renewable energy technologies


Two systems were evaluated, a 250 kW AD community combined heat and power (CHP) system for 23 houses and a High School and a 500 kW AD community CHP system for a High School, Primary School and 108 homes. The systems would be operated with locally produced maize silage and provide heat and power via a district heating system. The intention is for the local community to become an ESCO.

Renewable Technologies

250 kWe and 250 kWth Anaerobic digestion plant and a 500 kW kWe with 440kWth AD plant to provide district heating and electricity.

Study Outcomes

250 kW AD CHP 500 kW AD CHP
CO2 1027 tonnes 2134 tonnes
£ FIT / RHI income £275,166.00
Electricity savings £28,800.00
Heating savings £20,702.00
FIT income £394,560.00
Electricity savings £57,600.00
Heating savings £45,546.00

N.B. There was no RHI income for the 500 kW AD CHP as it surpasses the RHI threshold.

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Client awarded grant funding for anaerobic digestion feasibility Andrew Robertson is pleased to announce that grant funding from WRAP has been awarded for a client considering anaerobic digestion using pig manure.

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Thank you very much for the report which looks excellent and at this stage looks a worthwhile exercise.

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