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produced through anaerobic digestion (AD) is being used to mitigate shortages
of natural gas caused by the geopolitical situation in Europe. However, it is
also utilised because it can transform a wide range of residues, producing
useful products and reducing the global warming impact of methane released
during natural decomposition of these biodegradable materials. AD creates a
market value for residues which helps to improve the income streams of rural
economies and also produces valuable by-products such as digestate fertiliser.
The methane products are more than an energy source, they are a key pathway in
global decarbonisation efforts for a wide range of sectors.
There has been a lot of interest and activity in
AD and biomethane from within and outside the UK recently. In Northern Ireland
(NI) anaerobic digestion has been rapidly deployed through...
Other News this Month Includes:
- Arla - UK should maximise dairy waste-to-biogas
- United Kingdom publishes methane memorandum
annual state of the industry report is published
- BP and Mauritania to explore green hydrogen at scale
Research & Development
- Utilization of biomass resources for climate
change mitigation: Regional case study in India
Biomass Heat and Power
- Eco Sustainable Solutions prevents 147,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions
- Mars Wrigley invests in biomass boiler
- Acorn plans biogas facilities in the Scottish
- Biomethane development in Northern Ireland
Energy from Waste
- Biffa sign waste handling deal Leicestershire worth more than 150m
- £8m investment as O.C.O technology joins Australian energy
from waste project
- Carbon America begins CCS project at bioethanol plant
- World's largest CO2-to-methanol plant starts