11.6.6 Renewables Gas

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11.6.6 Renewables Gas

The greenhouse gases created by agricultural and food waste emissions can be captured and converted into energy. This is done through a process called Anaerobic Digestion. The output, renewable gas, is then injected into the existing national gas network or transported as compressed BioMethane for the end user to replace Oil and Fossil Gas in their heat or transport uses supporting the decarbonising of the Heat and Transport Sector.

Advantages of Renewable gas are that it can be stored and distributed as a liquid or gas to its end user.  Creates local jobs sustainability for the lifetime of the plant in supply chain and upstream in Bio Fertiliser production to replace fossil based synthetic fertilisers widely used in Agriculture.

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