Waste developer Tamar Energy was launched in 2012 with significant private wealth backing to help it build a 100MW network of anaerobic digestion (AD) projects in the UK. But the company – which is backed by as many as 39 rich and famous shareholders such as the Duchy of Cornwall and Nathaniel Rothschild – hasn’t performed as expected and I investigated why in an analysis piece for InfraNews

Link (subscription needed): http://www.infra-news.com/analysis/news-analysis/1596921/why-a-major-anaerobic-digestion-business-is-changing-tactics.thtml


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