Infinis generates electrical power using gas from landfill sites and abandoned coal mines. It also provides peaking power to the national grid. Infinis listed on AIM in 2013, at which time it produced power from landfill and peaking plants. It went private at the end of 2015 and was bought by 3i Infrastructure (3iN) in December 2016. In April 2018 Infinis bought Alkane, which brought the coal mine methane sites and more peaking plants.
Exchange: Not listed
Financial Data from Exchange website: n/a. See Infinis’s reports
Recent Financial Report: Final results to 31 March 2018
In mid 2018 the company operated 121 landfill sites and produced 1424GWh of electricity in the year to 31 March 2018, which is one third of the UK production from landfill gas. It also operated 15 coal mine methane sites that generated 196GWh over the same period and 17 power response sites with a capacity of 153MW able to provide fast, local response to peaks in electricity demand.
500 Pavillion Drive,
Northampton Business Park,
Northampton NN4 7YJ
T: +44 (0) 1604 662400
Chairman: Tony Cocker
CEO: Shane Pickering
Short description: Power from landfill gas and coal mine methane
Fields of Interest: Bioenergy