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Tamar Energy has won permission from Knowsley Council to set up an energy plant fuelled by food waste in Kirkby.
Tamar Energy has won permission to build an anaerobic digestion plant at West Boldon on Tyneside, and is planning 44 similar sites nationwide.
Tamar Energy has unveiled plans to build four new anaerobic digestion plants in London, Hoddesdon, Manchester and Gateshead.
Tamar Energy is planning to build anaerobic digestion plants at five Peel Environmental site across northern England.
Tamar Energy is planning to develop up to 40 anaerobic digestion plants across the country by 2018, and the first sites in Essex, Hampshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire will open next year.
Tamar Energy has acquired the development rights for four new anaerobic digestion plants from Countrystyle Group, and expects to start work on sites in Essex and Kent next year.