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Arnold Schwarzenegger Green Energy

What is Renewable Energy and How Does It Work

There is a simple answer to;”What is renewable energy?“. It is energy which is self replenishing. Many people would say that it is also sustainable energy, which implies that in accordance with many definitions of sustainability it should be self replenishing within a generation, so that the present generation does not rob energy resources from […]

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A bio gas project in Perth Australia where bio gas buses are already in service.

Bio Gas Projects – for Base Camps, and Transport Use

For a change we thought that we would provide a round-up of the various bio gas projects newly reported online this month for bio gas production and its use. This shows that many bio gas projects (elsewhere biogas) are being actively developed world-wide, for many reasons and using divergent technologies to utilise the age-old process of anaerobic […]

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10 top silage clamp tips from Bock UK

Top 10 Silage Clamp Tips for the Care and Legal Operation of AD Feedstock Storage

One of the unsung heroes of an anaerobic digestion plant is the silage clamp storage. So, in the video embedded on this page we provide our, and silage clamp expert Bock’s, top 10 silage clamp tips. These are tips for the care and legally compliant operation of AD feedstock storage in the UK, in accordance […]

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Image of egg-shaped anaerobic digesters at night.

Egg Shaped Anaerobic Digesters – Strange Looking Tanks Explained

Egg Shaped Anaerobic Digesters; Enormous eggs! Whatever next! Have you ever wondered what those huge “strangely other-world like” not quite “spherical” tanks are that you sometimes see? They are anaerobic digestion process digesters, and very useful they are too! They make sewage sludge much more wholesome and in particular they reduce sludge odour, but best […]

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Feedstock storage for anaerobic digestion plants

How Biomass Feedstock Storage Can Be a Shocking Waste of Space

Biomass feedstock storage (for example installing a silage clamp) is a new subject which is rising rapidly in prominence, following the recent expansion in anaerobic digestion plants. Current low-cost designs can easily be a shocking waste of space. This fact is becoming clear now that there are now many plants in operation which their operators would like […]

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Dairy Farmers Consider Selling Herds and Going for Biogas Production

Here we go again mashing together two news articles which we have found interesting, in order to bring our readers straight to the point regarding an (until now) little appreciated advantage of owning a biogas plant. It is all about investment in an anaerobic digestion plant helping diversify and through that, to stabilize the financial […]

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