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How can the Irish dairy sector access green energy?

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Richard Gueterbock of British on-site anaerobic digestion specialists Clearfleau highlights the potential Irish farms have for anaerobic digestion
Richard Gueterbock of British on-site anaerobic digestion specialists Clearfleau highlights the potential Irish farms have for anaerobic digestion

With milk prices so low and margins under pressure, dairy companies across Europe are looking at ways to cut costs and carbon emissions. One option is to turn creamery ...

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