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Minister Ryan said today “This project shows how we can diversify our gas supplies, by speeding up the roll-out of renewable gases like biomethane .. reduce our reliance on imported fossil fuels.. contribute to our broader climate goals .."https://www.irishexaminer.com/business/economy/arid-40906409.html

The revised #EED should acknowledge the importance of renewable and decarbonised gases and fuels, such as sustainable #biogas and #biomethane, renewable liquid gases, bioliquids and hydrogen, for which #REPowerEU sets ambitious targets.

Full joint letter: http://bit.ly/3tRYogB

This would be through the production of sustainable feedstock, organic farm practices, biofertilisers... https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/biomethane-roadmap-ireland-can-help-decarbonise-agriculture

11% of Irish natural gas demand could be substituted with sustainable #biomethane by 2030, according to new roadmap published today by Renewable Gas Forum Ireland (RGFI) @RenewGasRGFI. https://hubs.li/Q01czZLc0

Alignment of #bioeconomy & renewable energy approaches proposed by ⁦@RenewGasRGFI⁩ - Biomethane roadmap: Ireland can help decarbonise agriculture https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/biomethane-roadmap-ireland-can-help-decarbonise-agriculture/

Harmen Dekker, CEO European Biogas Association says Ireland is well placed to be a major biomethane producer in Europe - with Tony Collins, DECC; Jackie Cahill, Oireachtas AFM Ctte; PJ McCarthy, RGFI at Ireland Biomethane Roadmap launch today

Ireland Roadmap for Biomethane launched today. https://www.renewablegasforum.com/11-of-irish-natural-gas-demand-could-be-substituted-with-sustainable-biomethane-by-2030/

First biomethane tractor arrives in Ireland offering an alternative to diesel ⁦@IFAmedia⁩ ⁦@TeagascEnviron⁩ ⁦@Dept_ECC⁩ ⁦@agriculture_ie⁩ https://www.irishexaminer.com/farming/arid-40877192.html

RePower EU plan “ decisive step towards the rapid development of the AD biomethane sector”. https://www.renewablegasforum.com/repower-eu-plan-decisive-step-towards-the-rapid-development-of-the-ad-biomethane-sector

👏Anders Mathiasson will steer the work of the EBA until 2025, together with 8 Board Members.
🗣️"Now is the right time to take new steps to develop the #biogas market & production in Europe & strengthen domestic #renewableenergy production" said Anders.
PR http://bit.ly/39p8f60

Fantastic sessions today at @dptcentre Knowledge Day 2022. In particular, a very impactful talk by PJ Mc Carthy from @RenewGasRGFI on sustainable bio-methane supporting the Irish dairy industry #biomethane #DairySustainability #KD2022 #ProjectClover

Delighted to contribute to the DPTCentre event - Public private collaboration is the way forward for sustainable, circular economy AD biomethane @agriculture_ie @Dept_ECC @DairySusIreland

DPTCentre@dptcentre

PJ McCarthy of the Renewable Gas Forum Ireland presenting on Project Clover - Sustainable Biomethane #KD2022 @RenewGasRGFI

#REPowerEU 🎯Achieving the 35 bcm of #biomethane target by 2030 will require €83 bn of capital #investments to build 5,000 plants.
More details in our position paper👉http://bit.ly/37p75XE

The #EU is on track to lead the way when it comes to decarbonising road and maritime #transport, but we need to keep investing in the solutions that will take us there. #BioLNG is an essential part of delivering Fit for 55 and it’s here right now. #FF55 #GreenDeal

Join us at 8pm Irish time/9pm CET tonight for what promises to be an interesting discussion around global food security following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Direct link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82558420029

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

Benefits of Digestate from Biogas Plants as Biofertilizer

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