carbon dioxide removal from biogas News

  • The Potential for Biogas in Africa

    When thinking about renewable energy it’s common to think of wind power and solar. However there is massive potential in Africa for the utilisation of renewable gas for power generation. Some naturally occurring microbes are able to break down organic material in the absence of oxygen to produce different types of biologically created gas – ‘ ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Meeting the ever-changing demands of the global biogas market

    Fixed biogas analysers from Geotech are now available with additional options for moisture management to help with challenges from wet biogas. A new variant on the reliable GA3000 PLUS also provides oxygen (O2) measurement designed for very low O2 levels, and new pre-calibrated cells ...


    By Geotech

  • Meeting the Ever-Changing Demands of the Global Biogas Market

    Fixed biogas analysers from Geotech are now available with additional options for moisture management to help with challenges from wet biogas.  A new variant on the reliable GA3000 PLUS also provides oxygen (O2) measurement designed for very low O2 levels, and new pre-calibrated cells for ...


    By Geotech

  • At the leading edge of sewage biogas - now and a century ago

    In the city which built the UK's first anaerobic digester in 1895 and had sewage-gas street lighting around the 1900s, today's state-of-the-art sewage biogas analysis equipment is monitoring today's biogas at South West Water's Countess Wear Sewage Treatment Works in Exeter. On watch Countess Wear's sludge reception centre serves more than ...


    By Geotech

  • GE to Showcase Biogas Technology for EPA, US Farmers

    With the environmental impacts of agricultural activities coming under greater scrutiny, Bio Town Ag in Indiana and a community “cow power” project in Dane County, Wis., are among a growing number of U.S. farms to install anaerobic digesters and GE’s (NYSE: GE) Jenbacher biogas engines to recycle livestock wastes into renewable electricity that is ...


    By General Electric

  • The greener side of carbon

    In 1995, when the sugar division of the GMR Group launched its distillery at Sankili, a village in the Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh, it had two options: to power its plant from the grid or generate it from biogas, one of its effluents. It chose the latter. Two years later, thanks to M. Prabhakar Rao, incharge of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and Carbon Trading, GMR, the plant ...


  • Biogas analyser enhanced with multi-sample points and low-to-high range H2S

    The latest static biogas analyser for Geotech, the GA3000 PLUS, can now optionally monitor up to three sample points and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) ranging from 50 to 10,000 ppm. As before, it analyses methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen (O2). The new developments, as options, enhance the already widely used ATEX Zone 2 certified ...


    By Geotech

  • Defra announce Anaerobic Digestion Loan Fund at UK AD & Biogas 2011

    Defra Minister Lord Henley has announced a £10m Anaerobic Digestion Loan Fund (ADLF) for new AD plants in his speech to the conference at UK AD & Biogas 2011. The ADLF, which will be administered by the Waste Resources Action Programme, will lend amounts ranging from £50,000 - £1m to support the development of new AD capacity in England, in conjunction with investment from ...

  • Eco-Tec’s biogas purification technology part of RGMRM’s innovative greenhouse gas-to-energy project

    Eco-Tec is proud to announce that it has recently been awarded the contract for a biogas purification system by Régie de gestion des matières résiduelles de la Mauricie (RGMRM) of Quebec. The integrated process includes the capture, purification and use of biogas as an alternative energy source for greenhouses. “Hot house tomatoes are not the only beneficiary of biogas purification ...


    By Eco-Tec Inc.

  • Electricity Market Reform must encourage low carbon investment

    Reacting to the Government’s energy white paper and 2020 renewables roadmap, published today [12 July], ADBA Chairman and Lib Dem peer Lord Redesdale said: “We welcome the publication of the Government’s Electricity Market Reform proposals. “It is vital for the UK to meet its climate change goals, and there is a lot of work for Government and industry still to do to ...

  • BC Bioenergy Network invests in Quadrogen Power Systems to produce ultra-clean sustainable energy from landfill waste

    The BC Bioenergy Network (“BCBN”), a provincially-funded leader supporting the growing bioenergy sector in British Columbia, announced today a $1.5 million loan to Vancouver based Quadrogen Power Systems Inc. (“Quadrogen”) to demonstrate high performance biogas clean-up to ultra-clean levels at the Village Farms International Inc. (Village Farms) greenhouse adjacent to the ...


    By BC Bioenergy Network

  • Fife Council to generate high efficiency renewable heat and power from anaerobic digestion

    Fife Council has appointed ENER-G to supply a high efficiency combined heat and power (CHP) system for its new anaerobic digestion facility at Lochhead landfill site in Dunfermline. The ENER-G biogas generation system will utilise an ...


    By ENER-G

  • Efficient and environmentally friendly EnviThan gas upgrading technology

    Sachsendorf, Köckte, Forst and now Beetzendorf too: the list of gas upgrading plants from EnviTec Biogas AG is growing longer. The biogas all-rounder from Lower Saxony has just given the go-ahead for the construction of a 385 normal cubic metre (Nm³) EnviThan plant in the district Altmarkkreis Salzwedel in Saxony-Anhalt. Construction began on time with the start of the new year.  ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • Failures on climate targets show need for AD - ADBA

    Reacting to the publication today [30 June] of the 3rd Review from the Committee on Climate Change, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton said: “Despite all the talk from Government, the Committee on Climate Change has shown that we’re moving no closer to meeting climate change targets – and last year we moved in the opposite direction. “The ...

  • Don`t waste the waste

    Biogas analysis cannot be underestimated: get it right and protect revenues, get it wrong and those revenues will quickly plummet There is no denying that biogas is valuable. It may not be the most pleasant material to handle — hot, wet, dirty, smelly, corrosive, toxic — but handled correctly, it is worth a lot of money to whomever is producing it. Encouraged, subsidised, ...


    By Geotech

  • DECC’s positive case for renewables welcome - redesdale

    'Environmental Parliamentarian of the Year' Lord Redesdale today [18 May] welcomed the Government's acknowledgement of the vital role that renewable technologies have to play in keeping household energy bills under control. Speaking following the publication of an Oxford Economics report which demonstrates that Britain's sensitivity to energy price shocks could be minimised through renewables ...

  • Key to Clean Energy is Government’s own commitments – Redesdale

    As the UK Government hosts the Clean Energy Ministerial Event in London, ‘Environmental Parliamentarian of the Year’ Lord Redesdale has said that the UK can become a world leader in renewable energy – but only if the Government does more to deliver its own commitments. Lord Redesdale, a Liberal Democrat peer, was recognised for his commitment to the environment and clean energy ...

  • Strategies welcome but should prioritise AD - ADBA

    Reacting to the publication today [14 June] of the Waste Review and Anaerobic Digestion Strategy and Action Plan, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton said: “Defra’s publication of the Waste Review and AD Strategy and Action Plan are important staging posts in the development of anaerobic digestion in the UK. AD has the potential to grow into a £2bn industry generating a fifth ...

  • ADBA delivers action plan documents

    The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) has published two key documents which were promised in the AD Strategy and Action Plan to support the industry. They are available on the association’s website. The Due Diligence template, developed in association with WRAP, offers a simple way for developers to check they have provided all the information which investors need to carry ...

  • Weekly collections must segregate food waste – Redesdale

    Commenting on Eric Pickles’ announcement of a £250m fund to support councils returning to weekly bin collections, ADBA Chairman and Lib Dem peer Lord Redesdale said: “If Eric Pickle’s announcement on supporting weekly household bin collections means that DCLG is leading the charge for source segregated organic collection, it would be great news. This money must only be ...

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