Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners secures two Spanish biogas plant sites

November 24, 2022 |

In Denmark, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) through its CI Advanced Bioenergy Fund I (CI ABF I) has secured two sites (La Sentiu and Linyola) for two large industrial scale biogas plants located in Catalonia, Spain. The La Sentiu project has been appointed a project of strategic importance by the Catalan government which implies that the permit application for the plant will be prioritized by the Catalan government and administration.

CIP will together with Spanish developer, Connect Bioenergy, develop the biogas plants towards expected Final Investment Decision in 2024.

The biogas plants will use green sustainable feedstock (organic waste): Pig manure from local farms, slaughterhouse waste and other industrial organic waste. The plants will produce green gas (biomethane) to be injected into the existing natural gas grid and contribute to circularity, as the organic materials will be recirculated as nutrients (fertilizer) for agricultural production and produce biogen CO2 for industrial use or for Power-to-X projects. The two biogas plants are expected to deliver a total CO2 emissions savings of more than 150,000 tons annually.

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