Does Adnams plant signal start of UK AD revolution?

Does Adnams plant signal start of UK AD revolution?
Renewable gas from waste is taking off with a range of firms developing plants. The latest is brewer Adnams who started sending gas to the grid last week, does this mark the real start of a UK AD revolution?
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