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Nov 29, 2021
Exeter, UK food waste collection roll-out successful
Biogas News
Nov 29, 2021
By 2050, 30-40% of Europe’s total gas consumption could be made up of sustainable biomethane, according to the European Biogas Association (EBA). In its 11th Statistical Report, the EBA provides an in-depth analysis on biogas and its upgraded form, biomethane, and the best pathways to ensure full deployment in the coming years. The report analyses the current availability... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 29, 2021
Barcelona is exploring ways of running the city’s buses on sewage sludge-derived biomethane. Bosses of the city’s transport system are looking at transforming sewage sludge left over from wastewater treatment into biomethane to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. EU funding through the Nimbus Project is being used to try and create greener public transport. According... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 26, 2021
The UK Government has granted £11.3 million (€13.3 million) in funding to help four UK distilleries switch from fossil fuels to hydrogen and biogas. The multi-million-pound investment into low-carbon green distilleries will see four projects receive a share of the funding to decarbonise their distilling processes for the UK’s iconic whiskies and spirits. The... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 26, 2021
The UK’s cow manure, food waste and household sewage can produce enough green gas to heat over 750,000 homes this winter, according to the Energy Networks Association (ENA). Released by the ENA as part of its first annual Britain’s Green Gas Scoreboard, the data shows that enough biomethane is now being produced to supply 770,654 homes while also supporting greener... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 25, 2021
Residents in Southern Oxfordshire, UK, put around 700 tonnes of food into their black bins last December, emitting nearly 150 tonnes of CO2 equivalent (CO2e). As Christmas approaches, when food waste levels are high, South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse District Councils are urging residents to “do their bit” by reducing food waste and, if they have any,... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 25, 2021
Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo (PGNiG), a Polish state-controlled oil and gas company, has signed an agreement to develop the biogas and biomethane sector. Several representatives of the PGNiG Group participated in the project, initiated by the Ministry of Climate and Environment and the Government Plenipotentiary for RES, Ireneusz Zyska. The agreement... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 24, 2021
Farmers in Derbyshire have submitted plans for an anaerobic digestion facility. If approved, the facility at Home Farm in Glapwell would convert 2,500 tonnes of agricultural farm and organic waste such as cow manure annually into renewable energy, said the Derbyshire Times. The plant would produce biogas and biofertiliser to generate around 40 kW of renewable energy... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 24, 2021
Delorean Corporation has been chosen to build Yarra Valley Water’s (YVW) bioenergy project in Australia. The company was awarded preferred tender status for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of YWV’s second waste-to-energy facility in Lilydale, Victoria. This status was awarded based on a competitive tender with a total design and construction... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 23, 2021
The Punjab Bureau of Investment Promotion (Invest Punjab) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Punjab State Office-Renewable Gas Association of India to promote the renewable gas sector. The MoU includes the promotion of setting up biofuel projects and compressed biogas (bio-CNG) plants in India’s Punjab region, according to the Times of India. The... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 23, 2021
EnviTec Biogas and Leipzig-based BALANCE Erneuerbare Energien, a wholly-owned subsidiary of VNG AG, have formed a joint venture to produce bio-LNG. The two companies will build a bio-LNG liquefaction plant under the name BALANCE EnviTec in Brandenburg, near Berlin, which will have storage tanks and a filling station for collection by tanker, in addition to the actual... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 22, 2021
Customers of Enchanted Rock, a major provider of electrical resiliency microgrids, now have the option to choose RNG to achieve their net-zero goals. RNG, derived from methane emissions from decomposing waste at landfills, agricultural waste, and water treatment, can be injected into the existing natural gas pipeline system and displace the use of fossil-based gas. “We’re... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 22, 2021
Bright Biomethane will build its first biogas upgrading system in Hungary. The upgrader will be installed at a farm 100 kilometres east of Budapest. A PurePac Compact will be used to upgrade the biogas, produced from waste, to biomethane, which will then be added to the gas grid. For this project, Bright has joined forces with local partner Omnis Epito Kft, the construction... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 22, 2021
A new paper released by the European Biogas Association (EBA) has mapped the opportunities of gasification’s contribution to reducing carbon emissions. By producing cleaner energy, biochar and biofuels from biomass and wastes, gasification is a key enabler to decarbonise EU energy consumption, said the EBA. Gasification is a ‘highly promising’ and already commercialised... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 19, 2021
Amazon is increasing the number of CNG (biomethane) vehicles available to its partners across Europe, following successful trials with CNG Fuels. Amazon has already taken over more than 200 IVECO S-WAY CNG trucks to be handed over to partners across Europe. Additionally, the retail giant has ordered more than 800 CNG trucks from IVECO to be made available to its European... [Read More]

Policy News
Nov 19, 2021
Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor has unveiled Australia’s Bioenergy Roadmap. The Roadmap marks the first of its kind in Australia and a record commitment from the Australian Government to bioenergy. It includes new analysis which confirms the adoption of key technologies, which would see $10 billion (€6.7 billion) added to Australia’s GDP... [Read More]


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