New £6m district heating network fired up in Stirling

The facility is expected to save around 381 tonnes of carbon a year – equivalent to 1.5 million miles driven in an average petrol car

Guest Blog: Mark Westwood – Turning up the heat with greener gas

Heat currently accounts for 45% of the UK’s energy demand, most of which is fuelled by natural gas

Biogas ‘could slash global greenhouse gas emissions by up to 13%’

A new report highlights that currently, only 2% of available feedstocks undergo anaerobic digestion and are turned into biogas

Shell petrol station
Shell Ventures invests in Netherlands-based green gas business

Nordsol turns biogas produced from organic waste into liquefied biomethane

Rio de Janeiro
Waste-to-energy test plant takes out the trash in Rio

The test facility produces enough biogas each month to power a fleet of 1,000 cars

Yorkshire Water invests £30m in wastewater treatment plant

It will help the company produce more sludge – a by-product of wastewater treatment and the anaerobic digestion process produces biogas

Luxembourg’s €45m extension of biogas scheme granted EU approval

It will cover the period from January 2017 to December 2022

Sewage treatment plant turns to 100% poop-power

Thames Water’s facility in Basingstoke has tripled its energy generation capacity

‘Modern bioenergy’ to lead renewable growth to 2023, says IEA

It is forecast to remain the largest renewable source due to its widespread use in heat and transport

Biogas plant beefs up dairy farm’s green credentials

Wärtsilä’s Puregas Solutions hope to significantly reduce methane emissions at the facility