Consolidation in the biogas industry: Nature Energy acquires Xergi

Two of Denmark's leading biogas companies combine their competences through Schouw & Co. and Hedeselskabet’s divestment of Xergi to Nature Energy, thus creating one strong Danish company that will construct, own and operate biogas plants in Denmark and abroad. 

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Biogas plant from Xergi wins award for best process optimisation

Xergi has solved a serious challenge in the biogas industry, namely how to produce biogas from 100 per cent chicken litter. The proof is Tully Biogas in Northern Ireland, which won an award for best process optimisation at an international biogas conference this summer.
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Major Danish order represents stamp of approval for Xergi

The biogas plant Nature Energy Holsted is to be expanded by 50 per cent. Xergi supplied the original plant and will also be responsible for the expansion.
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Xergi ready to meet the global waste management industry at IFAT in Munich

Meet Xergi at the world’s largest environmental fair! We are ready to provide sturdy and efficient solutions for biogas production based on food waste.

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Large Danish biogas plant well underway

Nature Energy Videbæk held a topping-out ceremony, marking a new milestone in the construction of Xergi’s largest biogas plant thus far.


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Xergi biogas plant wins the Sustainable Ireland Award

The biogas plant in Northern Ireland, Tully Quarry, close to the town of Ballymena, is currently producing biogas from 100 per cent chicken litter. At the awards ceremony Sustainable Ireland Awards, the unique Xergi project won the award for the year's best project in the energy production category.

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