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UK Renewable Energy – Tamar Energy Ltd

STIG is a shareholder in the largest UK anaerobic digestion developer Tamar Energy which completed a £65m equity financing in February 2012 and a merger with Adgen Energy. Adgen Energy was set up in 2009 by Fredrik Adams and Dan Poulson as a renewable energy project development company, formed to develop and finance renewable energy plants (biogas from anaerobic digestion, 'AD') across the UK. STIG invested in Adgen Energy in June 2010. Tamar Energy has a highly skilled and experienced team in development, finance, design, construction and operations with experience from multiple UK projects. The team's past achievements include the 45,000 tonne BiogenGreenfinch Westwood food waste AD plant, and Newcastle University School of Agriculture AD research plant for research at Cockle Park which was opened by Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, DEFRA, in July 2011.