Is anaerobic digestion about to boom?

Is anaerobic digestion about to boom?
Drinks maker Adnams is claiming a UK first by becoming the first brewer to open an AD plant. Is this the start of a wave of AD plants or will red tape and NIMBYs stop them in their tracks?
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