Tag: Academia

Irish research explores a mobile solution for biomethane to the grid


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A collaborative work between the Gas Networks Ireland and the Science Foundation Ireland, funded by University College Cork’s MaREI centre and the School of Engineering and published by Applied Energy has assessed the feasibility of a mobile upgrading system and centralised injection for AD plants in Ireland. …

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, Ireland, biomethane to grid, biogas upgrade, gas-to-grid injection, academia, research, alberto rocamora

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ADBA unveils cost competitiveness task force

The anaerobic digestion (AD) industry outside of the water sector has grown by over 600% in the past five years, partly thanks to innovation from world class UK researchers. ADBA has appealed for academia to focus their current efforts behind delivering major improvements which would put the cost of AD on…

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Tags: press release, levelised costs, mwh, adba r&i forum 2016, researchers, world class, hinkley point c, nuclear, academia, exports, biogas, cost competitiveness task force, incentives, caps, billions, operational performance, Derek Sivyer

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ADBA calls for £25m R&I funding from government to boost AD exports

As the Chancellor prepares his budget statement for Wednesday, the AD industry has called for him to recognise the global opportunity for UK companies and researchers in biogas, digestate and bioproducts. In a policy paper to the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC), ADBA has called on government to…

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Tags: press release, r&i, R&D, adba r&i forum 2016, budget, chancellor, funding, research, academia, market leader, bioprocessing, york, university of york, exports, innovation programme, power-to-methane, digestate, green gas, renewable energy, recycling, decarbonisation, manufacturing, Charlotte Morton, Derek Sivyer

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