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Mar 18, 2022
XPO Logistics adds Volvo bio-LNG vehicles to fleet
Biogas News
Mar 17, 2022
A town in Devon has become the first in the UK to get all its gas supply from biogas. Locals in South Molton now receive all their gas and nearly half their electricity from the anaerobic digestion of animal waste. South Molton’s AD facility, Condate Biogas, uses crops and poultry waste to create enough renewable energy to provide gas to the entire town, which... [Read More]

Pellets News
Mar 17, 2022
Active Energy Group (AEG) has achieved a chain of custody and controlled wood certifications compliant with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) standards for its new clean energy pellet. This new designation is part of AEG’s continuing commitment to sustainability across its business, from supply chain to production to the impact of the fuel itself. CoalSwitch™... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 17, 2022
Charlotte Morton, chief executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), has called on the UK Government to phase out Russian natural gas and oil imports and highlighted the potential of biomethane. In an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Morton highlighted how increasing production of biomethane could not only provide an additional... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 16, 2022
EverGen Infrastructure Corporation (EverGen) has entered into a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire a 67% interest in an Alberta-based RNG facility. EverGen signed the LOI with Grow the Energy Circle (GrowTEC), a general partner of CKPPQ Farms, to acquire interest in the biogas facility and work with GrowTEC to develop and expand the renewable gas output at the facility. GrowTEC,... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 16, 2022
Danish company Nature Energy has acquired land in Farnham, Quebec, to build its first-ever biogas plant in North America. The large-scale facility will convert biomass from local agricultural production, industry and institutions into RNG for the Quebec grid. The plant is expected to produce 20 million m3 of RNG, corresponding to a reduction of 80,000 tons of CO2. “It’s... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 16, 2022
A bid to use animal waste to feed a new anaerobic digestion (AD) facility in East Lothian, Scotland, has been rejected. The developers of the planned AD plant at Bangley Quarry, north of Haddington, applied to have a condition barring them from using animal by-products (ABPs), including chicken litter, farm manure and cattle slurry, lifted, after being approached by... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 16, 2022
Jones Celtic Bioenergy (JCBE) is one of eight companies across Ireland selected to take part in a prestigious new programme to support early-stage companies leading the response to climate action and sustainability. JCBE operates in the waste-to-energy, green gas and sustainable agriculture markets. Its proprietary technology ‘revolutionises’ the management of municipal... [Read More]

Biomass News
Mar 15, 2022
The Sustainable Biomass Program (SBP) has warned of disruption to its certification process as a result of the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. In a statement, SBP expressed its condemnation of the invasion of Ukraine and said it remains “gravely concerned by the unacceptable actions directed against that country and its people”, which are “entirely at odds” with... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 15, 2022
The Renewable Gas Forum Ireland (RGFI) has welcomed the European Commission’s increased target for biomethane production. On 8 March, as part of its REPowerEU plan, the Commission announced that biomethane will deliver 20% of the current EU gas imports from Russia by 2030 (35 billion cubic metres). The RGFI, as board members of the European Biogas Association, has... [Read More]

Pellets News
Mar 15, 2022
The cost of wood pellets in the UK is rising, as pellets are no longer being sourced from Russia. UK Pellet Council chair, Mark Lebus, said the organisation is working with overseas partners to help ensure a continuous supply of biomass wood pellets for UK customers, as wood pellets will no longer be sourced from Russia or imported from Russian producers. “Given... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 15, 2022
EnviTec Biogas is building a biogas plant for energy infrastructure holding company, SJI Renewable Energy Ventures (SJI). EnviTec, based in Germany, is currently building four biogas projects in the US, with six other projects also already in the planning stage for this year. REV LNG is serving as a project developer for the combined biogas and EnviThan gas upgrading... [Read More]

Biomass News
Mar 14, 2022
Placer County in California has authorised staff to restart the feasibility evaluation for a biomass plant in North Lake Tahoe. A plan for the project was initially approved in 2013; however, Placer County paused moving forward due to uncertainty surrounding the long-term economic feasibilities. With the rise in defensible space and fuel reduction efforts seen in... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 14, 2022
TPG Rise Climate, the climate investing strategy of TPG’s global impact investing platform, TPG Rise, has invested in Monarch Bioenergy. A joint venture (JV) between Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) and a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, Monarch Bioenergy leverages RAE’s state-of-the-art technology and Smithfield’s innovative sustainable farming practices to capture... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 11, 2022
U.S. Gain will supply RNG to fuel Los Angeles County Sanitation District- (LACSD) owned fleet vehicles. The company entered into a supply agreement through a competitive bid process with LACSD. As part of its sustainability goals, LACSD received a Carl Moyer Program grant in partnership with the California Air Resources Board and South Coast Air Quality Management District... [Read More]

Biogas News
Mar 11, 2022
Plans for a major biogas plant in Somerset, UK, have been unanimously rejected, amid claims it would result in increased traffic, light pollution, and odour issues. Hundreds opposed Resourceful Energy Anaerobic Ltd’s (REAL) bid to build an anaerobic digester plant capable of processing 92,000 tonnes of food waste and crops annually, Somerset Live reported. In refusing... [Read More]


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