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Farmers are central to the development of AD biomethane in Ireland. Matthew Macken gives his viewpoint @matthewmacken10
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📣 @alfa_euproject webinar series kicks off!
Key topics: 🐄survey findings across Europe on barriers, needs, and factors influencing #biogas adoption in livestock #farming. 📈 Plus, insights on biogas use in #Europe and its benefits.
👉 Register: http://bit.ly/4bzzpC2

Anne Marie Henihan, Director, Dairy Processing Technology Centre will moderate a panel discussion on AD biomethane within the food systems opportunity at the Ireland Biomethane Conference on 12th June

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Our vision: “A large scale, renewable gas industry in Ireland, indigenous and sustainable, producing at least 12% of current gas demand as renewable gas by 2030, decarbonising industry thermal processes with 5.7TWh biomethane by 2030.

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The Renewable Gas Forum Ireland is at the forefront of Ireland’s advancement towards a new era of indigenous, sustainable energy, while decarbonising industry’s heat demand.

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Our work covers advocacy, strategic initiatives, knowledge transfer and supporting our members.

Harmen Dekker, CEO, European Biogas Association on Ireland’s renewable gas potential

Benefits of Digestate from Biogas Plants as Biofertilizer

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