Stream BioEnergy owns and operates the Tully Biogas plant in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.

This plant processes 40,000 tonnes per annum of chicken litter, and in doing so produces 3MW of renewable electricity, enough to power 6,000 homes.

It is one of the first facilities in the world to use chicken litter as a sole feedstock at this scale and has been operating successfully since 2017. The Tully plant helps address a nutrient imbalance in Northern Ireland thereby reducing the negative effects excessive nutrients can have on the environment such as elevated nutrient levels in soils and watercourses, and harmful emissions to the atmosphere.

The project has been the recipient of several awards including:
  • 2017 Sustainable Ireland "Best Energy Generation Project" Award
  • 2018 ADBA "Best Optimisation in AD" Award

Other projects are in the pipeline and will be featured here in the future.