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Seasons Greetings to All Our Visitors and Subscribers

The anaerobic reindeer christmas card, biogas christmas card, IPPTS Associates Christmas cardHi! Seasons Greetings to all that visit our website, and if you don’t celebrate Christmas please also accept our best wishes. We hope this year’s Christmas card brings a smile to your face.We also so much hope that reading our articles through 2012 has been enjoyable. Amazingly, we have just realized that we have been blogging here for two years already. We have simply been posting to this blog every few weeks and in that time we have had many thousands of visitors.

If you want to know more about us you can visit our AD technical site here or check out our AD resources with free downloads for AD professionals.

If you have been wanting to experiment with your own small biogas plant for some time, but don’t know how, we recommend the Firedigester eBook here.

We think that, looking back at 2012, it has been a wonderful year of activity for the biogas industry both in the UK and globally!

When the figures for the year 2012 are finally in and the number crunched, we are sure that we will find that the year saw (the following text is borrowed with permission from the AD Blogspot Blog) :

  • more biogas plants operating than ever before pumping more energy into the world’s homes and businesses than in all history

  • more new biogas plants completed than ever before

  • more shovels put into the ground to start building new AD plant starts than before

  • more publicity, more politicians wanting to be credited for supporting AD plants, and more government subsidies paid, than ever before!

Yes. It has been a remarkably good for the biogas and anaerobic digestion industry, and the technology looks like gaining even more acceptance and bringing on-board more willing investors over the next few years (2013 onward). Renewable energy output production from AD is growing to meet the targets set by the rising number of governments which have undertaken to support this very sustainable and environmentally friendly technology.


Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Overview

This is a PowerPoint presentation created by me on biogas and anaerobic digestion, including the science behind how anaerobic digestion functions. Biogas can be used to create electricity, and is much more efficient than solar or wind energy. The biogas is created from waste products, such as organic matter like manure or waste from a waste water treatment plant.

Biogas is catching on as a renewable energy, and this was a presentation that was made to explain a basic overview of how the process of anaerobic digestion can be used by farmers or electric companies to produce cheap electricity and a fertilizer byproduct.

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