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Jan 27, 2021
15 million wasted school dinners could become biogas, says ReFood
Biogas News
Jan 27, 2021
A new policy paper by the Gas for Climate consortium has been published, providing an analysis-based rationale on why an 11% renewable gas target is needed to meet the EU’s climate goals. The paper follows last year’s Gas for Climate Gas Decarbonisation Pathways 2020-2050 report, which showed how additional policy measures are needed to scale-up biomethane and green... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 27, 2021
MET Group, through its 51% joint venture PEPO Energy, has launched a 1.2 MW biogas plant in Serbia. PEPO Energy, a joint venture between Swiss energy firm MET Group and Arhar Teh, a local firm in the north-eastern Serbian town of Novo Milosevo, has commenced operations at the green energy plant which uses agricultural biomass for biogas production, in turn generating... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 27, 2021
Frozen food distribution firm Reed Boardall has installed a new bio-LNG refuelling station at its base in Boroughbridge, UK. Owned and operated by Gasrec, the fully-scalable, skid-mounted station designed by Dutch LNG firm LIQAL will fuel an initial fleet of 30 Volvo FH LNG 6x2 tractor units. The opening of the site is a major step in Reed Boardall’s strategy to transition... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 26, 2021
As part of Detroit-based DTE Energy’s 2050 net-zero commitment, DTE Gas will offer customers a new way to reduce their carbon footprint through renewable natural gas (RNG). The programme, called CleanVision Natural Gas Balance, is the first in the nation to include both carbon offsets and RNG. It is focused on protecting Michigan forests that naturally absorb greenhouse... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 25, 2021
Gasum is aiming to reduce carbon emissions by a million tons by increasing biogas availability. By 2025, the company intends to make 4 TWh of biogas available on the market from its own production and that of certified European partners. In its own operations, Gasum aims to reduce the emissions in liquefied natural gas (LNG) and biogas production chains and implement... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 25, 2021
Proman and the University of the West Indies (UWI) have joined forces to explore waste-to-energy possibilities for Trinidad and Tobago. A global leader in methanol, fertiliser, and other natural gas-derived products, Proman will work with the UWI to examine the potential of a biogas supply chain for the region, in line with national decarbonisation and waste reduction... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 22, 2021
A student from the University of Nottingham has won the inaugural Innovation Award for research into renewable energy from waste or related technologies. Sarah Farthing’s research was focused on understanding the feasibility of hydrothermal carbonisation as a treatment for anaerobic digestate. The award, run by Privilege Finance, celebrates the achievements of... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 22, 2021
The Integrated Biogas Alliance (IBA) is in final stage development of a seven dairy, 16,500-head biogas project in Idaho. Working with EIP Ventures, the project represents the IBA’s first dairy biogas project in North America and is expected to close this quarter. “We’re excited to announce our first dairy biogas project,” said Christopher Maloney, president... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 22, 2021
Gas Networks Ireland (GNI) has received permission to build a renewable gas injection facility in County Cork, Ireland. An Bord Pleanála approved the proposed development in Mitchelstown, following original planning permission granted by Cork County Council in May 2020. The new facility will have the capacity to receive renewable gas produced from farm and food... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 22, 2021
Gas grid companies have launched a major new blueprint for building the UK’s hydrogen economy, including plans to build the UK’s first hydrogen-fuelled town. Published as part of the Energy Networks Association’s Gas Goes Green programme, Britain’s Hydrogen Network Plan sets out the detail of the activity that all five of the UK’s gas network companies (Cadent,... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 20, 2021
BCCK Holding Company (BCCK) is collaborating with Archaea Energy on a major landfill gas-to-RNG plant in Pennsylvania, US. BCCK, a leader in engineering, procurement, fabrication, and field construction services, signed an agreement with Archaea Energy to provide a 13,700 SCFM Style IV NiTech Nitrogen Rejection Unit (NRU). The firm’s patented technology performs... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 20, 2021
Global service operator Ferrovial Servicios has chosen Waga Energy to produce biomethane at one of Spain’s largest landfills. The Can Mata landfill, near Barcelona, will be the first in Spain to use the WAGABOX purification technology, developed by Waga Energy to recover landfill gas in the form of biomethane, a renewable substitute for natural gas. It is the first... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 19, 2021
A biogas project in Italy developed by Entsorga Italia and Zenviro Tech US is complete. The Santhià plant is Entsorga’s first biogas facility utilising its state-of-the-art mechanical and biological treatment technology combined with Zenviro Tech’s anaerobic digestion (AD) technology. Christopher Maloney, president of the Integrated Biogas Alliance (IBA), of... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 19, 2021
Energy efficiency and renewable energy firm Ameresco has completed its McCarty Road landfill gas-to-RNG plant in Houston, Texas. Developed with Republic Services and U.S. Gain, the facility has a gross installed capacity of more than 1.1 million Dekatherms (1.099 British thermal units) per year and is capable of processing 4,500 standard cubic feet per metre of raw... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 19, 2021
On 5 January, Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) signed two contracts to deliver biogas projects in France. Each plant in the region of Île-de-France features a wet anaerobic digestion plant and a membrane upgrading system to produce biomethane. One of the facilities will be built to a new design that HZI has developed for biogas installations generating 500 normal cubic metres... [Read More]


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