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Enagás Renovable awaits EU decision on Madrid biogas project

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Enagás Renovable, Prezero and ACES (Agbar) have requested permission from the European Commission (EC) to form an alliance that aims to develop the Smart Farm Biogas project in Colmenar Viejo in Madrid, Spain, reported CE NoticiasFinancieras.
The EC will analyse the proposal and is expected to make its decision in the beginning of March.
The intention of this new partnership is to valorise around 75,000 tons of organic waste per year from a nearby landfill to generate 53 GW of biogas, which will avoid 90,000 tons of CO2 equivalent per year.
This project has been funded by the European Union NextGeneration within the framework of the Spanish Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR) through the Community of Madrid.
If approved, the biogas will be conditioned and purified to obtain biomethane, which will subsequently be injected into the Enagás junction gas pipeline, through a pipeline approximately 1.86 kilometers long and 4 inches in diameter.
In a second stage, the previous figures would be doubled, reaching 100 GWh of green energy each year.
This project has been funded by the European Union NextGeneration within the framework of the Spanish Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR) through the Community of Madrid.
The project's investment budget amounts to c. €21.5 million, with a financeable budget of €7.9 million, and grants of €3.3 million.








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