New biogas plants on the way in Denmark

NGF and BioenergiSyd have signed a deal to establish two biogas plants which will help further a local municipality's goal to achieve CO2 neutrality.

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Denmark will soon be home to two more bioplants. NGF Nature Energy and BioenergiSyd signed a deal Wednesday to invest DKK 500 million ( in the construction of two plants in the municipality of Sønderborg, writes NGF in a press release.

"We are pleased that with today's agreement, we can begin to seriously go further with the establishment of the biogas plant in Sønderborg. The two plants will be good for the environment and provide a fertilizer that can improve the yield by up to 15 percent. The two biogas plants will therefore will offer a benefit to both the environment and the bottom line," says the chairman of BioenergiSyd, Andreas Bonde.

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