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Farmgen has submitted plans to build a £4m anaerobic digestion power plant in St Michael's on Wyre, Lancashire.
Farmgen is looking to invest £14m in three projects in Cumbria, including a solar panels factory, a facility to make components for anaerobic digesters, a biomass pellet plant and the creation of hundreds of jobs.
Farmgen is seeking permission from North Dorset District Council to build a £4m anaerobic digestion plant at Blandford Farm in Farrington.
Farmgen has submitted plans for a £3m anaerobic digestion plant at Murray House Farm near Carlisle.
Farmgen has submitted plans to build a £3m biofuels plant to supply energy to Kirkham Prison.
Farmgen has secured a £2.1m package with the Co-operative Bank to help fund the development of up to 50 anaerobic digestion power plants.
Farmgen is to invest £20m in the development of up to nine anaerobic digestion plants across the country, starting with sites at Warton in Lancashire and Silloth in Cumbria.