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Challenges for the future of AD and small-scale low-carbon power generation

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The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is calling for evidence on small-scale low-carbon generation. You can read our summary of this call for evidence in our previous blog, here. The consultation recognises that the coming decades will see changing consumption patterns, the growth of decentralised energy…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, food waste operators, crop operators, FIT, Ofgem, beis, Feed-in-Tariff, fossil fuels, dnos, decarbonisation, Sweden, system balancing, targeted charging review, thom koller

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: The Swedish cleantech company Malmberg turns 150!

Malmberg is a leader in the areas of Water treatment, Biogas, Geothermal energy and Drilling. The company's headquarters are still in Åhus, outside Kristianstad, Sweden where it all started 150 years ago. Today, about 170 people at Malmberg, with subsidiaries in Germany, England, Denmark and the Baltic countries. CEO Per…

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Tags: member's press release, Malmberg, water treatment, biogas, åhus, kristianstad, Sweden, per malmberg, jöns malmberg, global market, cleantech, erik malmberg, export, Derek Sivyer

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Schmack Carbotech awarded another contract in Sweden

Biogas from one of the world's largest waste water treatment plants to be purified to natural gas quality Schmack Carbotech is set to provide another gas upgrading plant in Sweden. The plant is based on the principle of pressure swing adsorption (PSA) and will be installed in Henriksdal near…

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Tags: member's press release, Schmack Carbotech, Sweden, natural gas, waste water, pressure swing adsorption, henriksdal, viessmann group, biogas, sewage sludge, vehicles, biomethane, CNG, biofuels, sofielund, Derek Sivyer

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Article for Next Green Car: Time to hit the gas?

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Writing for Next Green Car earlier this month, ADBA's Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, noted that the use of biomethane as a vehicle fuel has grown significantly, with evidence from the Gas Vehicle Hub demonstrating that the number of UK gas refuelling points which supply biomethane content has risen with…

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Tags: next green car, Chris Huhne, biomethane, European Commission, gas vehicle hub, refuelling infrastructure, CNG, Sweden, germany, biomethane certification, cenex, coca-cola enterprises, bradford council, sainsbury’s, air pollution, diesel, public health england, uk ad & biogas 2015, adba editorial, Derek Sivyer, Charlotte Morton

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Purac Puregas receive Royal seal of approval

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE His Majesty the King of Sweden attended the official opening of Purac Puregas’ new state of the art European manufacturing facilities in Kalmar, Sweden, on Wednesday 28 November 2012. His Majesty was very keen to learn more about biogas production and biogas upgrading, and see Puracs expertise first-hand.…

Posted in: ADBA News, Industry News, Members' press release, News for Members, Policy updates, R&D Updates

Tags: biomethane, Jan Molin, Peter Hjilm, Purac Puregas, Sweden

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Developing a strategy for biomethane in vehicles

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An interesting report this week from NGV Global News: Stockholm City runs half its municipal vehicles on biomethane. Sweden itself upgrades half of the 1,473 GWh of biogas produced in the country to biomethane for transport. If we can learn many lessons from Germany on growing an AD industry, we can…

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Tags: biomethane, Sweden, transport, working groups

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