JLEN makes further investment in Vulcan Renewables anaerobic digestion plant

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:00

Listed environmental infrastructure fund JLEN said Friday it made a further investment in the Vulcan Renewables anaerobic digestion plant of about £8.5m.

This investment would allow Vulcan Renewables anaerobic digestion (AD) plant to expand its biomethane generating capacity, JLEN said.

The plant extension would be carried out by Future Biogas, JLEN's business partner in the AD sector and current service provider at the Vulcan site.

'We are pleased with our initial investments in the anaerobic digestion sector, and this expansion project is a good opportunity to build out our capability at the Vulcan Renewables AD plant,' said Richard Morse, the JLEN Chairman.

At 9:00am: (LON:JLEN) John Laing Environmental Assets Group share price was -0.75p at 104.25p


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