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For a QUBE project to stack up financially, small scale anaerobic digestion has to be primarily a waste disposal method, with on-site energy generation as an additional bonus, rather than the main driver. For our bioQUBE and quickQUBE systems, the best projects digest organic wastes that have a good potential gas yield, are difficult to manage, or have a high disposal cost that can be mitigated. Alternatively for agricultural wastes, the lagoonQUBE is a low cost digester that utilises your existing farm assets, solving multiple on-farm issues as well as providing energy.
For most proceedable projects, a typical payback period would be less than 6 years.
For some projects we can offer funding, and this can be in two forms:
- Asset based funding via Lombard Finance, this funds up to 90% of the install costs of the plant and equipment. https://www.lombard.co.uk/lombard/products-services/assets/manufacturing-machinery.html
- Through Private Equity funding - this will fund up to 100% of the project, but the project must have long term revenues and good counter parties, at least over 5 years. This is ideally suited to Government and NGO operations where they are seeking a managed solution.