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Nov 14, 2022
Orège deal with Severn Trent Water will “improve anaerobic digestion and biogas production”
Biogas News
Nov 14, 2022
Denmark's first plant to produce hydrogen by catalytic pyrolysis of biogas is due to be ready in three years. The technology can convert carbon - captured via photosynthesis - into solid form and simultaneously produce hydrogen very energy-efficiently Carbon capture and storage are necessary if the world is to have any chance at all of reaching the 1.5° C target in the... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 14, 2022
At 37.66 metres in length, 4.80 meters in diameter and weighing 130 tonnes, the arrival of the LNG tank at BioEnergie Park Güstrow, scheduled for mid-December this year will mark another important – and above all, imposing – milestone in the conversion project for Germany’s biggest biogas plant with integrated bio-LNG unit to date, according to EnviTec. “So far,... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 11, 2022
Following the withdrawal of a subsidy under the Indian government's National Biogas and Manure Management Programme (NBMMP) for setting up a biogas plant in 2020, there has been a marked decline in number of farmers opting to install family-type biogas plants in the past two years in the Malwa region, reported The Tribune. The scheme, which run under the Ministry of New... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 11, 2022
Community Council members for Balintore and Hilton have signalled they will oppose plans for a 100GW per year anaerobic digestion plant, after claiming that residents are "totally against it", reported Ross-Shire Journal. Acorn Bioenergy submitted a planning application to Highland Council last week, to be built at a site 350m south of Fearn Aerodrome near Balintore. Mmebers... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 10, 2022
San Francisco Public Utilities (SFPUC) has selected three Cambi thermal hydrolysis technology systems for new biosolids digester facilities. The technology will allow the SFPUC to enhance odour control, boost energy recovery and reduce the plant’s environmental footprint. The SFPUC is investing over $3 billion (€3bn) to upgrade and modernize the Southeast Treatment... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 10, 2022
In the UK, amid concern about the cost of energy and preparations for potential shortages of power in the coming months, farmers from the UK’s biggest dairy cooperative, Arla, has issued a call to action for the Government to tap into a major unused source of energy from farms and the wider food supply chain. The organisation said figures show that, with support, nearly... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 10, 2022
Having completed a successful previous project in Scotland, Bright Renewables has been contracted by the same client for five new projects in Scotland. For four of these projects, Bright will realise biogas upgrading systems. For the fifth project, Bright will realise a biogas upgrader and a CO2 liquefaction system. The liquid bio-CO2 will be marketed by the client and... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 9, 2022
Smart energy solutions company Ignitis will start to import biomethane and supply it to business customers in November. The first company replacing natural gas with biomethane is “SG dujos". Haroldas Nausėda, head of B2B clients and expansion, said that biomethane is a "more sustainable alternative" to fossil fuels, which meets the natural gas standard completely.... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 9, 2022
Malaysian Engineering and energy solutions provider Kejuruteraan Asastera Bhd (KAB) is expanding its sustainable energy solutions segment through the proposed acquisition of the entire equity of Future Biomass Gasification (FBG) for RM15 million (€3.2m). In a Bursa Malaysia filing on 9 November, KAB said FBG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Future NRG (FNSB), owns a biogas... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 8, 2022
ALFA, a new project for unlocking the biogas potential of Agriculture and Livestock Farming has just started and will host a launch meeting in Thessaloniki, Greece on 26 and 27 November. This project aims to enhance the wider uptake of Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and increase the share of bioenergy as a baseload energy source. In doing so it intends to ensure emissions... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 7, 2022
Scandinavian Biogas has signed a multi-year agreement worth approximately SEK 300 million (€27.6m) for the supply of liquid biogas to the transport sector in the Nordic region. The company said it "became clear" that it will "play an important role in the expansion of fossil-free liquefied biogas (Bio-LNG) for the transport sector in Sweden and the Nordic region. The... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 7, 2022
In Amiens, France, autumn-shed leaves are used to make biogas - just one initiative the city is adopting to turn organic waste into energy, Huff Post reported. As red-gold leaves start piling upon pavements towards the tail-end of the calendar year, so municipalities are charged with picking them up.  In Paris, these leaves are mainly used to produce compost, but Amiens... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 4, 2022
Acorn Bioenergy has submitted a planning application to The Highland Council, as it plans to utilise crops and by-products from local farms and distilleries, as part of plans to invest up to £55 million (€63.1m) in the area, reported The Insider. The company possesses accreditation to inject 5,000m3 of biomethane into the nation's gas grid to heat homes and fuel heavy... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 4, 2022
A team of researchers at Washington State University (WSU) has tested a pretreatment technology using oxygen containing high-pressure steam to break down sewage sludge to biogas. WSU researchers converted more than 85% of organic material, which can be used to produce electricity or upgraded to renewable natural gas, according to findings published in Waste Management. "This... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 3, 2022
Vertus Energy is partnering with Biogest to demonstrate its BRIO solution at commercial scale in Europe. BRIO is an external modular unit that Biogest said easily retrofits into existing anaerobic digesters. Vertus' Bio-Catalytic platform controls the bacteria behaviour inside the main anaerobic digestion tank to accelerate reaction speeds and production yield. Vertus... [Read More]


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