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Nov 16, 2022
REA: UK government must “match its Net Zero commitments with action”
Biogas News
Nov 16, 2022
A plant that would use agricultural waste to create enough biogas to heat about 7,000 homes could be built in Oxfordshire, reported the BBC. Acorn Bioenergy has written to Witney residents informing them of its plan to build a facility on land east of the town, adjacent to the A40. It said it wants to "unlock the full potential of biomethane production". It has... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 16, 2022
Dürr's Sorpt.X biogas purification system was recently installed at Brown County (BC) Organics, a grant-funded anaerobic digester facility owned by Dynamic Renewables. The facility, which held a ribbon cutting ceremony on 10 November, is located in Greenleaf, Wisconsin, and is the first commercial biorefinery of its kind in the United States. It will utilise 16 digesters... [Read More]

Other News
Nov 16, 2022
Faced with the energy crisis currently affecting not just the UK but much of the world, the British government is overlooking the gift that is anaerobic digestion (AD), despite the business case for AD development growing stronger by the day, according to the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA). It affirmed that this is the context in which it will... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 15, 2022
Costain is working with Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, Wales and West Utilities and food and drink manufacturer Princes Group on a feasibility study to produce hydrogen from biogas from the Cardiff East Waste Water Treatment Works that will fuel boilers to provide heat for fruit juice pasteurisation. The programme is funded through the UK government's Department for Business,... [Read More]

Biomass News
Nov 15, 2022
Rengo announced that it completed renovation work on the biomass incineration plant at Amagasaki Mill, Japan on 7 August. Amagasaki Mill produces paperboard such as containerboard. Rengo has been working to reduce city gas consumption by utilising sludge discharged in the paper-making process as biomass fuel. By increasing the efficiency of the incineration plant, Rengo... [Read More]

Biomass News
Nov 15, 2022
Plans have been outlined to build 130 anaerobic digestion (AD) biomethane plants in rural Ireland by 2030, reported Independent.ie. Members of the Renewable Gas Forum Ireland (RGFI) outlined that they have an ambition to achieve 2.5TWh of biomethane by 2030 and 9.5TWh by 2050. These plans would see the construction of 130 biomethane plants in rural Ireland by 2030, and... [Read More]

Biomass News
Nov 15, 2022
Drax, the UK’s biggest generator of renewable electricity, is expanding its rail fleet by investing in 30 new rail wagons to deliver the biomass it needs to generate enough renewable power for four million UK homes at its North Yorkshire power station. The upgraded high-capacity wagons manufactured by British firm WH Davis will help to further reduce Drax’s carbon... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 15, 2022
BIOGEST has announced it will receive growth capital from Eiffel Gaz Vert for a 25% minority stake. Eiffel Gaz Vert thus finances the ambitious development of the BIOGEST Group and the plants to be developed, built or operated by BIOGEST. In total, this partnership will enable BIOGEST to commission more than a hundred biogas and biomethane units in the coming years and... [Read More]

Biomass News
Nov 15, 2022
The ENplus® certification is known to be the only wood pellet quality scheme on the market to constantly combat fraud and follow up on quality issues. These efforts were recently supported by a special operation executed by the ENplus® National Licenser for Italy – AIEL Italian Agroforestry Energy Association, and Guardia di Finanza (Italian Fiscal Police). The... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 14, 2022
Chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group, Rodolphe Saadé, recently announced the rollout of seven new container ships powered by biogas to enhance and modernise services to the French West Indies. The ships will be delivered gradually as of 2024. They will comprise four 7,300 TEU vessels and three 7,900 TEU vessels, each with 1,385 Reefer plugs, and will serve Guadeloupe... [Read More]

Biogas News
Nov 14, 2022
Orege is an international business specialising in the development and marketing of solutions for conditioning, treatment and valourisation of sludge. It has announced its first sale to Severn Trent Water of three containerised sludge conditioning and thickening solutions for approximately €1 million. The news comes following eight months of rental on three wastewater... [Read More]

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]

Biomass News
Nov 14, 2022
An extraordinary multidisciplinary and multinational team will work together over the next 42 months to develop innovative and sustainable processes to produce biofuels from organic waste with negative emissions. CARBIOW (Carbon Negative Biofuels from Organic Waste) is a Research and Innovation Action funded by the European Union under the Horizon Europe Programme that... [Read More]

Biomass News
Nov 11, 2022
A report has found the UK paid more bioenergy-related subsidies than 11 other European countries it analysed. The report was commissioned by the Natural Defense Council (NRDC) and conducted by Trinomics. It indicated the UK gave £1.8bn on bioenergy, which represents an estimated 70% increase from 2015. According to the report, the UK gave most of these subsidies... [Read More]


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