The bioeconomic group BioCirc Group (“BioCirc”) continues expanding its portfolio of biogas plants with the acquisition of Blåbjerg Biogas.
Blåbjerg Biogas became operational in 1996, which makes the plant one of Denmark’s oldest biogas plants, but has been expanded and modernised on a regular basis. The plant is located in Nørre Nebel in West Jutland. It produces 7 million cubic metres of biogas every year from animal manure from local farms, fish oil and waste products from dairies and fruit plantations.
BioCirc was formed in 2021 with the clear objective of producing green energy in the form of electricity, gas, fuel and heat and establishing energy clusters to facilitate the green transition at the local level. The long-term ambition is to become the world’s leading biogas producer.
With the acquisition of Blåbjerg Biogas, BioCirc has now acquired seven biogas plants since its formation and is capable of producing approx. 155 million cubic metres of biogas annually, which equals the annual energy consumption of 105,000 Danish households.
Accura advised BioCirc in connection with the transaction.