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EDL’s operations in Australia total approx. 759 MW in generation capacity across five areas:

RE: EDL has operated electricity generation projects for remote towns and mine sites in Australia for over 20 years. The current portfolio comprises 319 MW of generation capacity in 28 projects.
LNG / CNG: EDL has developed innovative and economically effective methods of transporting natural gas through “virtual pipelines”. The current portfolio comprises a 200 tonne per day nameplate LNG plant plus LNG and CNG transportation infrastructure.
LFG: EDL is the largest operator of LFG power generation in Australia, with 135 MW of generation capacity across 26 projects.
WCMG: EDL is the largest operator of WCMG power in Australia, with 305 MW of generation capacity across a portfolio of 8 projects.
EDL owns and operates the 30 MW Cullerin Range Wind Farm, located near Gunning NSW and the 12 MW Wonthaggi Wind Farm within the Bass Coast Sire in Victoria, both capturing wind energy using turbines.


EDL owns and operates an 83 MW portfolio of LFG projects in the UK and Greece, with the majority of landfill sites being located close to major population centres.
EDL is making progress towards extending the life of its UK portfolio expanding its LFG capacity as a result of anticipated increased tipping at existing sites. Three of the largest projects, representing 53 MW (78%) of the LFG portfolio, are located in Essex on landfill sites that either recently have or have applied for over tipping permits, which will extend the life of the projects.
EDL also owns a 50% interest in a joint venture with Helector, a Greek renewable energy generation company, at the Ano Liosia site near Athens, Greece.


EDL’s operations in Canada and the US total 119 MW in LFG generation capacity.
The focus of the US operations is to further develop the large LFG reserves which EDL has access to at its LFG sites.