LAW firm Ward Hadaway has advised on the second in a series of green power developments across the North.
The firm has advised renewable energy company JFS & Associates on the latest in its series of joint ventures with farmers to install and build anaerobic digestion (AD) plants to generate green energy. The first of these developments was set up at a farm in Ponsonby in Cumbria in late 2012.
An agreement has now been reached to build an AD plant at Howla Hay Farm in Guisborough, in North Yorkshire. Matthew Flint, of JFS & Associates, which is based in Stokesley, said: “It is great news to be able to announce the second in what we aim to be a whole series of these developments.”