Green Investment Bank aims to turn Northern Ireland's farm waste into energy

Jessica Shankleman

Chief exec Shaun Kingsbury reveals plans to help farmers in the province install a series of on-site anaerobic digestion plants

The government's Green Investment Bank is drawing up plans to help farmers in Northern Ireland fund a series of small-scale anaerobic digestion (AD) plants on their land, in order to turn slurry and other...

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