‘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

Plans unveiled to build $120m food-to-energy plant in US

RNG Energy Solutions and Philadelphia Energy Solutions are partnering to develop the project

San Francisco granted $699m for wastewater infrastructure upgrades

It will replace its outdated biosolids digester facilities with modern, efficient technologies

Severn Trent’s new sewage treatment technique ‘a third more efficient’

Its £60m Thermal Hydrolysis Plant is expected to be able to efficiently process 100 tonnes of sludge each day

Global food waste treatment ‘could slash emissions by equivalent of all EU cars’

The World Biogas Association says anaerobic digestion can recycle inedible food waste into clean heat and power, transport fuel and fertilisers

Green gas ‘could help Scotland hit energy goals’

Green gas could significantly help Scotland meet the goals set out in its recent Energy Strategy. That’s according to the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), which says the nation should recycle more organic waste and energy crops into biogas for renewable heat and power, low carbon transport fuel and bio-fertilisers. Anaerobic digestion (AD) is […]

ENGIE ‘plans switch to 100% green gas by 2050’

French utility ENGIE is reportedly planning to ditch natural gas by 2050. Chief Executive Isabelle Kocher told reporters the company is aiming to switch all of its gas operations to biogas and renewable hydrogen during that period. The company has around 70 biogas projects worldwide, including 40 in France. It estimates biogas from agricultural and […]

Severn Trent invests £15m in biomethane plants

Severn Trent has invested £15 million in three new biomethane gas-to-grid plants. The water company, which serves eight million people across the Midlands and Wales, says the power generated will be enough to heat more than 8,000 homes for a year. However, it plans to use the biogas fermented from sewage sludge, contaminated energy crops […]

Severn Trent invests £60m in biogas upgrade

Severn Trent has invested £60 million in a thermal hydrolysis plant (THP) to make the process of generating clean energy at one of its sites more efficient. The water company says the technology will see the electricity produced at Minworth Sewage Treatment Works increase by almost a third. The process works by treating sewage sludge, […]