Frijsenborg Biogas

BioCirc acquires
Frijsenborg Biogas


BioCirc acquires Frijsenborg Biogas

The bioeconomic group BioCirc continues expanding its portfolio of biogas plants with the acquisition of Frijsenborg Biogas.

The plant is located by Frijsenborg Castle west of Aarhus, Denmark, and was constructed in 2016. BioCirc wants to continue developing the plant by applying for a permit to construct another plant for CO2 capture and storage. Moreover, the plan is to construct a solar park to ensure green power in the production of biogas.

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.

Frijsenborg Biogas is BioCirc’s fourth biogas acquisition this year. The company now owns 8 plants with a total production capacity of approx. 170m cubic metres, equal to 120,000 Danish households’ yearly consumption.

Accura advised BioCirc in connection with the transaction.