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Service and Support for AD Under The Spotlight At Energy Now Expo


At Energy Now, EnviTec Biogas UK will be promoting its new AD compact unit, which delivers the company’s renowned quality in a compact design.

At Energy Now, EnviTec Biogas UK will be promoting its new AD compact unit, which delivers the company’s renowned quality in a compact design.

The importance of an established service and support network in the renewable energy sector will be under the spotlight at the Energy Now Expo, according to EnviTec Biogas UK.
Farmers and landowners are increasingly recognising the benefits of introducing anaerobic digestion (AD) units to their premises, and are now looking for reassurance over long-term maintenance and servicing of the plant.
As well as enquiries about service and support, productivity levels and financing options are also likely to be major topics of interest for visitors to the exhibition.
John Day, sales manager for EnviTec Biogas UK, a market leader in the design, manufacture, supply and servicing of AD plant, said: “For many farmers and landowners, introducing AD plant to their premises is likely to be one of their largest investments.
“As a result, they want reassurance about their purchase.
“As a UK-based company, with a dedicated service department headquartered in the Midlands, we are able to answer their questions and help them make informed decisions about the introduction of AD to their farms.”
At the Telford event, EnviTec Biogas UK will be showcasing its new AD compact unit, which delivers the company’s renowned quality in a compact design.
Offering proven technology on a small footprint, the EnviFarm Compact plant, allows users to achieve maximum output, with minimum installation space.
The introduction of the new compact unit builds on the time-proven technology and advantages of the established EnviFarm Classic Plant, successfully installed in farms in the UK.
EnviTec Biogas UK will also showcase their pioneering technology, which offers a highly efficient method of upgrading biogas.
Utilising membrane technology, the process increases the amount of high-energy methane from approximately 50 per cent, to as high as 99 per cent.
Energy Now takes place at the Telford International Centre on the 12 – 13 February 2014.
As well as being on stand number 14 at the event, Mike McLaughlin, a director of EnviTec Biogas UK will be joining the event’s Biogas Panel on the 13th, talking about the ‘integrated biogas business.’ The panel session takes place between 14.15 and 16.15 and is being held in the Ludlow 3 area.

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