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Biomethane QP could boost renewable gas-to-grid market

ADBA PRESS RELEASE The Environment Agency, with support from WRAP, industry representatives including ADBA and funding from LIFE +, has developed a Quality Protocol for Biomethane which has been launched today. The Quality Protocol (QP) sets out end of waste criteria for the production and use of biomethane arising from the…

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Tags: biomethane, Environment Agency, gas-to-grid, Matt Hindle, quality protocol

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Chesterfield BioGas tech to upgrade gas at ReFood Widnes site

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE Chesterfield BioGas (CBG) has secured a contract to supply a biogas upgrader to a major UK project for converting food waste to gas for injection into the national grid. The company sees it as evidence that the market for renewable energy production in the UK is…

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Tags: contract news, food waste, gas-to-grid, upgrading

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2012: key industry developments

There are now 92 AD plants in the UK outside the water sector, a figure which has increased by nearly a third over 2012. Defra’s AD Action Plan Progress Report (July 2012) identified a further 123 plants which had received planning permission, 85 of which would use waste feedstocks while 38 would use farm feedstocks. …

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Tags: AD Guide, AD loan fund, food waste, gas-to-grid, GENeco, Poundbury, transport, Wrap

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Biomethane to grid – What are the challenges?

Injecting biomethane produced through anaerobic digestion into the gas grid has an array of benefits. It is one of the most efficient uses of biogas and reduces our reliance on imported fossil gas, thus contributing to meeting the UK’s renewable energy and climate change targets whilst improving our energy…

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Tags: ADBA events, ADBA National Conference 2012, biomethane, Charlotte Morton, gas-to-grid, green gas trading, National Conference, Poundbury

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The Prince of Wales's speech at the opening of the anaerobic digester and biomethane-to-grid pl

Ladies and gentlemen, I must say it is an exciting and encouraging day because I’ve been rather badgering the Duchy and others over the years that we needed to find a way of kick starting the anaerobic digestion sector in this country. Of course as we have quite a…

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Tags: biomethane, gas-to-grid, Poundbury, Prince of Wales, SGN

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ADBA member Agraferm builds first commercial scale gas-to-grid plant at Poundbury

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE The anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Poundbury, Dorest, built by Agraferm Technologies AG, for J V Energen a joint venture between local farmers and the Duchy of Cornwall, was opened today [21 Nov] by the Prince of Wales. It is the first commercial scale biomethane plant supplying…

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Tags: Agraferm, biomethane, gas-to-grid, Hofmann, Poundbury, Prince of Wales, SGN

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Prince of Wales to open UK's first commercial scale gas-to-grid project

ADBA AND ENA JOINT PRESS RELEASE The Prince of Wales will open the new anaerobic digester and biomethane to grid plant at Rainbarrow Farm, Poundbury, Dorset today [21 Nov]. The plant – owned and operated by J V Energen, a joint venture between local farmers and the Duchy of Cornwall …

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Tags: biomethane, Charlotte Morton, David Smith, ENA, gas-to-grid, Poundbury, Prince of Wales, SGN

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