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Scottish Anaerobic Digestion Industry’s Astonishing Year of Growth 2015

Scotland’s anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has grown by nearly 70%t in the last year, according to 2015 figures.

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Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Technology Can Supply 30% Of UK Domestic Gas Demand

The anaerobic digestion story continues to become bigger as new sources of biomass feedstock are identified and the biogas technology used improves

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Hydrolysis of Sewage Sludge and Anaerobic Digestion Wins

The hydrolysis of sewage sludge and the subsequent anaerobic digestion of the hydrolysed sludge output is becoming increasingly common at many sewage works. We think we are justified to call it a winning combination, and we even back up this assertion by providing information on a new contract win for the technology by Veolia, in […]

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What is Biomethane and Anaerobic Digestion Gas to Grid Definition

It is a good question to ask; “What is biomethane and anaerobic digestion gas to grid”, but for the first part (biomethane) don’t expect always to get the same answer! Many people use the term biomethane interchangeably as if it means the same as biogas. In fact, when the term “biomethane” is used correctly the […]

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Combined Heat and Power Systems (CHP) – 3 Important Considerations for Design

Combined heat and power systems (CHP), are also known as co-generation systems, and they greatly improve the usable energy output from electricity generation systems. When a gas engine or turbine is used to generate electricity without CHP, after the electricity leaving the site, there is also hot “cooling water” that is used to keep the […]

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The Biogas Engine Defined and How it Generates Electricity

We have defined what we mean by a biogas engine and how such engines are used as a biogas generator, including discussing what cogeneration means in terms of secondary heat ultilisation and CHP

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