Aesica plant to get power from biomass plant

CDMO Aesica says one of its U.K. plants will receive electricity from a proposed biomass plant that is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions equal to removing 25,000 cars from the U.K.'s roads over 20 years. The £137 million Northumberland green energy plant will serve Aesica and another pharma company and the excess energy will go to the national grid. Release

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