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Whisky to energy galore as biomass plant gets green light (Scotland)


A planned green energy plant designed to generate power using waste from a whisky distillery has been given the go ahead by councillors in Scotland this week. The anaerobic digestion facility at Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown will use spent malted barley and pot ale from the distilling process to produce biogas that can then be cleaned and injected into the gas grid or used to generate electricity.

Source: Business Green

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