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FLI Energy starts work on biogas plant

FLI Energy has begun construction of the Euston biogas plant, a biomethane to grid anaerobic digestion project located on the Euston Estate in Suffolk, England.

Once operating to full capacity, the AD plant will generate 10 million cubic meters of biogas.

Under the £9m contract, FLI Energy will provide full engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project delivery, as well as a five-year maintenance and process analysis support contract. 

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