At Biogas Clapton, we are fully committed to achieve the best solution for our customers and their anaerobic digestion (AD) plants. If you are looking for a financing partner, developer, project manager or all of the aforementioned, please do not hesitate to
Biogas Clapton is actively seeking existing anaerobic digestion (AD) plants for acquisition. Our extensive experience allows us to not only focus on well operated facilities but also on those that are struggling to perform. With a team that is both financially and technically strong, we are able to turn around poorly performing plants. We always look to offer minority share incentives to project partners who are pivotal to the overall success.
Based on 20 years of experience in the Biogas sector in countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom, and Japan, we are able to offer the optimisation of biogas plants, for both agricultural and food waste-based plants. We commence the consulting process with an assessment of the technology used, the conversion process that results in either biomethane or electricity and heat, and a biological analysis. Based on this report, we develop plans to optimise the plant in a financially attractive manner.
Our dedicated team will assist you throughout the development process of the AD plant. Through careful site screening, feasibility and site design, the core fundaments central to your plants' success are laid. During the next stage, tenders, contracts and planning permissions are organised. Once these first steps have been established, our highly experienced team will then handle the construction management as well as gas and electrical grid connections.
Power Purchase Agreement for AD Plants
Biogas Clapton offers a special solution for new and existing AD plants that require a combined heat and power unit (CHP).
Under this Power Purchase Agreement, Biogas Clapton will finance the required CHP unit, and take care of the servicing, operation and maintenance. This is not only financially appealing to the customer, but it also frees the operator from the difficulties of operating the CHP.
This Power Purchase Agreement offers the following:
Delivery and installation of a CHP
Servicing and maintenance contract
Contract length between 5 and 15 years
Costs are charged per hour of use (minimum 6000h per year)
Costs are directly linked to the Retail Price Index (RPI)
No capital expenditure (CAPEX) for the customer
Predictable monthly costs
Non-equity binding, ensuring liquidity