According to the International Energy Agency, within the next twenty years, global energy consumption should increase by 40%, mainly due to the rapid economic growth of large developing countries, primarily India and China. Industrial development requires significant amounts of coal, oil and gas, but fossil fuel reserves on Earth are limited; there may not be enough for the expected increase in consumption. In this regard, the use of alternative energy is one of the urgent tasks for both the governments of major economic powers and for companies that previously developed conventional energy sources. At the moment, JMW Farms has a good operating profit from pig farming, and the company is developing this direction. Short-term plans include the construction of 10 anaerobic digestion CHPs in the UK and Ireland. These activities already generate revenue and increase the profitability of all business, but the company requires investments for such a large-scale construction. According to the latest data, investments in renewable energy sources exceeded the volume of investments in new coal and gas power plants by three times. Global trends continue to show that investment in renewable energy is an investment in a profitable future.