Biomethane Market Remains Buoyant

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In this latest article, we explore the current state of the AD sector in Europe, and take a closer look at the obstacles and drivers influencing the deployment of biomethane in the United Kingdom.

With a suite of European renewable energy policies and regulations introduced over the past two decades to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and support the transition to a low-carbon energy system, last year was an important one for green gases such as biomethane and hydrogen. Both Europe and the UK published a number of policy documents to refocus existing strategies and policy frameworks on energy security and to reduce reliance on Russian gas.

A secure, domestic low-carbon energy system is the ambition of each and every nation in Europe, but the potential varies vastly depending on the size, nature and maturity of the target countries and each sector, respectively. As strategic business consultants, guiding clients through the complex and ever changing policy, regulatory and market landscape in the bioeconomy, it is essential that we keep abreast of changes and evaluate the impact on or opportunities for our target sectors. This article summarises some key recent activities relevant to biomethane, and looks at the future of the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry in the UK.

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This article was written by Lucy Hopwood, Business Development Director and Lead Consultant for Bioenergy & Anaerobic Digestion.

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