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biogas

A gas produced by the biological degradation of organic material under anaerobic conditions, which consists primarily of methane and CO2, and smaller amounts of water vapour, nitrogen, hydrogen and other gases.
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Advanced biofuels and biomethane are the most sustainable and environmentally friendly biofuels.
The biomethane is produced by renewable energy provider GENeco's anaerobic digester in Avonmouth, which converts inedible food waste and sewage into energy.
Les emissions du tracteur biomethane fonctionnant au gaz naturel seraient 80% inferieures a celles d'un tracteur diesel et l'usage du gaz naturel permettrait d'alleger de 20 a 40% la facture de carburant.
Break crops is the preferred term within the biomethane industry.
Biomethane could be particularly attractive as a drop-in fuel to replace fossil derived natural as.
Developing and increasing the share of sustainable green gas in the infrastructure through biomethane by fermentation and through synthetic natural gas (SNG) produced by "gasification" of solid biomass.
com)-- With a desire to reduce their CO2 emissions, CCE evaluated and compared the emissions, fuel consumption, economics, reliability and operability of biomethane gas and diesel vehicles.
Biogass can be used for the production of electricity and thermal energy, but also for the production of biomethane that can be further used as a fuel or included into the natural gas area.
An initiative launched by GTI is establishing parameters for evaluating the suitability of biomethane products--derived from dairy waste and landfills--for safe introduction into existing natural gas pipelines and to ensure compatibility with existing supplies.
Newport-based G-Volution will lead a trial which will include 10 44-tonne dual-fuel commercial HGVs using its patented dual-fuel technology "Optimiser" and biomethane.
While natural gas is this country's cleanest commercially available domestic fuel, given the extensive concern of New Yorkers about hydrofracking in the state, an ideal new fuel option deserves to be vigorously pursued: a form of natural gas, called RNG or biomethane, that can be produced (without drilling) from organic wastes," said Energy Vision President Joanna Underwood in a statement.
Natural bacteria will break down the food to create biomethane, which is similar to the natural gas that is used in homes for central heating and cooking.