Poo-powered trucks – the best way to crack down on emissions?

Wessex Water claims converting each truck from diesel to biomethane is equivalent to removing more than 100 cars from the roads

Whole new meaning to gas guzzler!

New biomethane station in Bristol will be capable of refuelling 80 HGVs an hour

New working group to drive clean hydrogen agenda within government

The REA sees clean hydrogen, in combination with biomethane and other green gases, as crucial to decarbonise heat, power, transport and industry, playing a vital role in delivering net zero emissions in the UK

Scotland to launch ‘first’ biomethane refuelling station for lorries

Located near Glasgow, the station will refuel up to 450 lorries a day when it opens in November

Dutch village to get power from pig poo

Almost 250,000 tonnes of pig manure will be converted into biogas

Solid non-recyclable waste to renewable gas project launched

Waste wood, paper, cardboard and plastic will be converted to renewable gas

Poop-powered train to flush away emissions in Britain’s railway network

The train, which is claimed to have ‘net negative’ emissions and does not require charging from the grid, is set to replace diesel trains

‘Australia’s first’ biomethane-to-gas project launched

Wastewater from Sydney’s Malabar treatment plant will be used to generate biomethane

EU Commission adopts strategy to reduce methane emissions

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas and the second biggest contributor to climate change after carbon dioxide

Chevron unveils plans to produce and market dairy biomethane

The oil giant intends to market renewable natural gas, which will be produced by dairy biomethane projects in the US, as a transportation fuel