Is £10M enough to lead an AD green energy revolution?

Is £10M enough to lead an AD green energy revolution?
Funding to the tune of £10M to boost investor confidence in new anaerobic digestion facilities across England will be made available in a special government loan fund - will this be enough to encourage uptake of AD?
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