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The leading technology that will enable Britain to achieve its ambitious goals for reducing landfill and increasing the use of renewable energy.
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Anaerobic digestion (AD) is an established technology in many parts of Europe, including Germany and Austria, where thousands of AD plants are used for generating clean electricity.

Here in the UK, it is being hailed by government ministers and regulators as the leading technology that will enable Britain to achieve its ambitious goals for reducing landfill and increasing the use of renewable energy.

With increasing restrictions on landfill use, and a growing interest in AD as an ecologically sound alternative, investment in this technology makes both commercial and ethical sense. Local Generation's vision is to create a network of strategically situated AD plants across the country.

If you are interested in investing and being part of this exciting opportunity as it takes shape, please get in touch with us.

Markets for low-carbon energy products are likely to be worth at least $500bn per year by 2050, and perhaps much more. Individual companies and countries should position themselves to take advantage of these opportunities.

Lord Stern, Professor of Economics and Government at London School of Economics, and author of the influential Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change (2006).