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Introduction to the Dairy Farm Biogas Production Process

The dairy farm biogas production process begins with the collection of manure and other organic materials from the farm. The organic materials are then mixed with water and degraded by bacteria to create biogas. The biogas is then pressurized, cleaned and purified to grid quality and used to power facilities on the farm. That in […]

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Mass Extinction in 2100 – Is UNFCCC’s Warning – Implement Biogas Decarbonization Now!

Concerned about accelerating mass extinction in 2100, and subsequently?  Read this to find out how maximising biogas production now is an essential tool towards the decarbonization of Europe. By decarbonising quickly the benefits accrue over the years and provide much more benefit in reduced temperature rises, than by doing this later. Scroll down to read […]

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Biogas GCSE – BBC Bitesize Teaching and Course Content Queries

Anaerobic Decay, Methane Gas and Biogas Generators are all topics students learn in the UK Biogas GCSE student curriculum. Here they are discussed from the point of view of a UK biogas expert. Parents: Did you know that biogas GSCE content is being taught in UK schools?  Yes, it is. It is good news that […]

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Pipeline Quality Gas and 3 Biomethane Gas to Grid Benefits

Pipeline Quality Gas (i. e. natural gas pipeline quality gas made from biogas) and the acceptance of biogas upgrading technology which purifies raw biogas to pipeline quality is the greatest success story of the anaerobic digestion industry of the last 10 years. Acceptance of their “pipeline quality gas” (i.e biomethane) by the natural gas network […]

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Anaerobic Digestion in the US: 6 Federal and State Incentives and Funding

The use of biogas as an energy source is on the rise in the United States, due to both federal and state incentives and funding initiatives. Biogas is a renewable energy source produced from the decomposition of organic matter, such as food waste, manure, and other organic materials. In this blog article, we will explore […]

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Biogas Potential is Too Small to Make a Difference – 2 Myths Busted! WBA Report Shows

How large is the biogas potential in terms of energy output? Can there ever be enough anaerobic digestion plants to really make enough of a difference to significantly reduce global carbon emissions? The pessimists peddle the 2 main myths that: 1) the energy yield from biogas production is too low, which makes it uneconomical and […]

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Anaerobic Digestion of Whey – The Proven Biogas Technology Solution

Disposing of unwanted whey from commercial dairies, was once a considerable problem. But, that was before recent developments in the anaerobic digestion of whey and biogas plant technology. Instead of a problem whey which is not for any reason suitable for food production has become an asset. During the anaerobic digestion process microorganisms break down […]

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Is Natural Gas Renewable? 8 Reasons Why it’s Not in a Million Years

We answer the often-asked question: “Is natural gas renewable?” and give 8 reasons why it is non-renewable. Not even if you waited a million years! 8 Reasons Natural Gas (NG) is Not Renewable Most natural gas and oil formations date back between 10 (Cenozoic) and 180 (Mesozoic) million years ago. All so-called but a tiny […]

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8 Biogas Uses List – How Biogas is Used to Make Lives Sustainably Better

Here is our list of 8 biogas uses in points. While reading this, bear in mind that biogas is most often made from organic waste materials which would otherwise have no use. The waste digester feedstocks can usually be obtained at a low cost or for free. Above all, it is a sustainable fuel which […]

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Biogas in India – Growing But Its Huge Potential is Still Untapped

Biogas in India so far has been largely a story of small agricultural, community-scale anaerobic digestion plants, and domestic biogas creation. This has been mostly for cooking use in the homes of the biogas plant owners/ communities. The adoption of commercial large-scale anaerobic digestion throughout India is required for: higher production of affordable renewable energy […]

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