The circular economy of Italian farmers to produce clean electricity

A group of Italian farmers, who are stakeholders in the biogas company Alfalfa Energia, are using crops to create electricity through the process of anaerobic digestion. According to famers involved in the process, this practice is good for the environment and has an economic added-value as long as there are investments and feedstock availability. Following the circular bioeconomy principles, the group of farmers opened a facility for the production of biogas, which became operational in 2012.

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