Green gas is a sustainable, drop-in replacement for natural gas. There are a number of technologies that produce green gas such as anaerobic digestion or power to gas.
Bio-substitute natural gas (BioSNG) is a green gas produced by the thermal and chemical conversion of wastes and biomass. It is an affordable, low carbon gas that can be used to heat homes and power vehicles.
National Grid, Advanced Plasma Power and Progressive Energy have worked with other partners to build a £5 million pilot plant that has successfully demonstrated production of BioSNG from refuse derived fuel. Construction of the first commercial facility, costing £25 million, is underway and it will commence operation in 2018.
Green gases, such as BioSNG, offer the simplest and lowest cost solution to decarbonising heat and transport. The pilot and commercial plants are essential steps in developing this important technology.
The Recycling Waste World online publication is backing our green gas revolution. Read the full coverage here.Read more
The Energy and Environment Management publication has picked up on our latest green gas developments. Read their article here.Read more
National Grid has highlighted the success of gogreengas on their website. You can read their press release here.Read more
Three of the UK’s leading energy bodies, the Energy Networks Association (ENA), the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) and the Institution of gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), recently welcomed the start of construction of a commercial BioSNG plant in...Read more
The kind people over at Business Green have featured the latest developments of gogreengas on their website. You can read the coverage here.Read more
The Ethical Corporation have included gogreengas in their ‘WeeklyWatch’ feature. The story of gogreengas has been highlighted alongside other ethical businesses such as Cadbury and Walkers. Scroll down and read the coverage here.Read more
The Institution of Mechnical Engineers have focused in on the latest developments of our gogreengas commercial demonstration plant. You can read the article here.Read more