The picturesque Cotswolds of England will soon be using those lovely animals dotting its hillsides to provide power to some of its homes.
A turnkey biogas station made by Alfagy plans to convert agricultural waste, including both feedstock and manure, into electricity.
The plant, which is scheduled to open November 1, is located on the southern outskirts of Cirencester, an ancient Cotswolds town famous for being a thriving mercantile city during the Roman Empire. But Alfagy says the station could reduce at least two of the area's current imports by using what its people have on hand.
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