HoSt and Raw Energy Constructing an AD Plant at Charlton Park Estate in Wiltshire UK
Biomethane & bio-fertiliser
At the biogas facility, biomethane will be produced by means of anaerobic digestion and membrane biogas upgrading technology. This renewable alternative to fossil natural gas will be distributed through the UK’s existing gas grid. The digestate, material remaining after the digestion process, will be pasteurised before being used as clean biological fertiliser (bio-fertiliser) on the surrounding land of the Charlton Park Estate. The UK stays an important market for HoSt to develop more projects providing renewable energy, other valuable end-products and contributing to the UK’s national energy and climate targets
“Having worked on this project at the Charlton Park Estate for five years we are delighted to see the construction of this facility in full swing. We are really enjoying working with the fantastic teams of HoSt and S9, who are the main civils contractor here”, says Stuart Homewood, Director of Raw Energy.
Wide range of bioenergy systems
HoSt, headquartered in the Netherlands, offers a wide range of bioenergy systems, including maintenance service contracts, to ensure the success of a circular economy by producing renewable energy, solving waste management challenges, and creating valuable end-products from organic waste. HoSt has realised multiple biogas plants in the UK.