Britain’s Leading Bee Expert Lauds Wildlife Area

At Future Biogas, nature is at the heart of everything we do. We are constantly striving to go above and beyond for the environment. Not only is our core business making green energy from crops and farm waste, but we also encourage biodiversity on all our rural sites. At each of our nine anaerobic digestion (AD) plants, we’ve created unique wildlife areas, where nature can flourish....


One week an intern

I’m Harry and currently a student studying the International Baccalaureate with one year left at school. I was luckily provided with the opportunity to gather some work experience at Future Biogas for a week. This Blog provides an insight into some of the work that I did at Future Biogas and briefly touches on what I learned during the week, whilst sharing my impressions of the company. ...


The benefits of growing maize to make green gas

Not that long ago a field of maize was a rare sight in the British countryside. In 1973 there were a mere 8,000 hectares of the tall-stemmed crop growing in the UK. Today there is 25 times that amount. Around 200,000 hectares of maize fields make parts of our island resemble the farmlands of Iowa or Illinois. This increase in maize planting has been driven by two agricultural innovations. The...