12 June 2015

Up to £10k Anaerobic Digestion Grant for English Farmers

Thinking about starting a biogas (Anaerobic digestion) plant on a farm in England? Then check out this article by following the link to see if you qualify:

GRANT FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR INVESTMENT INTO AD PLANTS

"The On-farm Anaerobic Digestion Fund offers farmers in England a grant of up to £10,000 to undertake a feasibility study and business plan to investigate the potential of AD on their farm. 
 The fund also offers capital loans of up to £400,000 (or a maximum of 50% of the capital cost). To be eligible for the fund, the AD plant must be fed predominantly on farm wastes such as manures and slurries and have an output of less than 250kW. 
The fund is open until 31st March 2016 and applications for grants and loans are assessed on a rolling basis."

  More information is here.

Anaerobic Digestion News: 10 Easy Biomethane Lessons

Anaerobic Digestion News: 10 Easy Biomethane Lessons: Lesson 1. The Real Biomethane Definition The definition of biomethane is quite a difficult one, because there are competing definitions....




25 May 2015

Find Out How Many US Wastewater Plants Use Anaerobic Digestion of their Biosolids Sludge

The high level of popularity of sludge digestion systems which use the anaerobic digestion process is shown in the info-graphic image which we provide below:
(This image is available for anyone to embed in their website. Click on the image and copy and paste the embed code you will find at the bottom of that page.)

29 April 2015

Anaerobic Digestion to be Detroit Zoo's Newest Attraction and to Use Crowdsourcing

Anaerobic Digestion to be Detroit Zoo's Newest Attraction and to Use Crowdsourcing



"The Detroit Zoological Society is the first in the U.S. to take advantage of Anaerobic Digestion by using the waste of zoo animals. It launched a campaign for its Detroit Zoo last week, hoping to at least save $80,000 in the facility’s energy costs, as well as about $40,000 in waste disposal."

22 April 2015

Anaerobic Digestion News: Clever Re-use of Pre-cast Concrete in World War II...

Anaerobic Digestion News: Clever Re-use of Pre-cast Concrete in World War II...: Whites Concrete has recently provided an innovative storage solution for the stockpiling of silage for use at a UK biogas plant. By choosing pre-cast concrete walls to their special design, disruption of the World War II Hanger in which they were located was put at an absolute minimum.









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02 February 2015

The UK Low Carbon Transition Plan - Summary and Update

The UK Low Carbon Transition Plan - Summary and Update


Check this out for a summary of the UK's Low Carbon Transition Plan and an update on our view on compliance.

14 January 2015

Renewable Natural Gas Has 88% Lower Emissions Than Diesel US Gov Says

Anaerobic Digestion News: Renewable Natural GasTo Be a Major Contributor to ...: Natural gas offers huge opportunities for reducing the use of petroleum in transportation. One highly sustainable source of natural gas is ...







Can it really be true? An 88% reduction in GHG emissions! If it is, why isn't it a fact on everyone's lips in the biogas industry? Surely, everyone that calls themselves "green" should be shouting about this from the rooftops! Your feedback is appreciated.



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