UK town consider biogas plant

A renewable energy power station is being considered for the Lincoln town of Casitor in the UK.

 Caistor Energy Partnership and Groundwork Lincolnshire have won funding to look into constructing a biogas plant.

Peter Sanderson of Sustainable Caistor said: “This great project would use locally generated waste to make low-carbon electricity and it will help to safeguard jobs by making the energy supply to the industrial estate more secure and reliable.

“Some of the profits will fund energy efficiency improvements to public and domestic buildings in the town, so everyone will benefit”.

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