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We see richer opportunity in bio-energy

We see richer opportunity in bio-energy

The renewable energy sector is changing, according to Chris Tanner, lead manager of the John Laing Environmental Assets (JLEN) investment trust. The space is known as a hot bed for wind and solar energy investing, yet some such as Mr Tanner are turning to anaerobic digestion. This where power plants use biomass – organic matter – and convert it into fuel, which can then be used as gas or turned into electricity.

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