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With #biomethane production, #rural areas turn #circulareconomy into reality, by using waste or residues from:
👉waste #water treatment

Our Head of Commercial, Ian O'Flynn, outlines our reimagined vision for Ireland's gas network, our initiatives to reduce Ireland's emissions and our progress in developing long-term, sustainable energy solutions.
#IbecInsights #RebootReimagine #RenewableGas #Hydrogen #CNG

Tomorrow 5 Dec is #WorldSoilDay Biomethane and organic fertiliser production can build soil carbon @GasNetIrl @Ian_D_Kilgallon @farmersjournal

European Biogas EBA@European_Biogas

#Healthysoils can be a net sink of #GHG emissions. #WorldSoilDay

BioLNG makes carbon neutrality a reality for EU transport

This week’s Irish Farmers Journal @farmersjournal features food and agri industry led collaboration, Project Clover @GasNetIrl @Danone @GlanbiaIreland @DairygoldCo_Op @tipperarycoop @LakelandDairies @CarberyGroup @European_Biogas @DevenishNutri sustainable farming / climate actio

Great opportunity for farmers to develop energy co-ops to supply feedstock to the AD plants as well as been investing in the plants with the developers.
#CommuityGain #anaerobic #digestate #carbonfootprint
#lowcarbon @farmersjournal @IrishBioenergy @RenewGasRGFI

Project Clover - a great opportunity for farm based AD Biomethane to support the decarbonisation of Irish food. Driving progress towards achieving climate-neutrality by 2050. @irishgov @farmersjournal @IFJDealer

La production de #biométhane fait de l'#economiecirculaire une réalité tangible ♻️

En soutenant la filière agricole 👨‍🌾👩‍🌾 du gaz #renouvelable 🍃, plus de 50 000 emplois pourraient être créés 📈en France 🇫🇷 d'ici 2030 !


@JDecerle @GrudlerCh


#LeSaviezVous ?
La #méthanisation est une réelle opportunité pour l'#emploi sur l'ensemble de nos territoires 53 000 emplois pourraient être générés d'ici 2030.
#CeuxQuiFontLeGazVert #MadeInFrance #TransitionEcologique

Climate Action Bill – RGFI looks forward to working with the  Climate Change Advisory Council on the broad potential for biomethane in target setting…@EamonRyan @ClimateIreland @greenparty_ie  @MichaelMartin @irishgov @GasNetIrl

Gas networks are a valuable asset in our pursuit of #climate neutrality. They can carry #renewablegas to consumers.
@GasNetIrl, the Irish 🇨🇮 member of #GD4S, is committed to turning this opportunity into reality.
#EUGreenDeal #GreenRecovery #EnergyIreland


Cathal Marley tells #EnergyIreland that @ervia and @GasNetIrl are working to offer solutions for a net-zero 2050 by leveraging our gases expertise and the modern gas network for a safe, secure and sustainable energy system including #biomethane #hydrogen and #CCS

Congratulations to Prof Jerry Murphy on publication of “Using biogas to reduce natural gas consumption and greenhouse gas emis... “

The Irish biomethane sector is in its infancy but is poised to grow over the next decade.

RGFI launches new online resource for renewable gas in Ireland 10 September 2020 Free

Renewable biomethane is as important as solar in the decarbonisation of Europe’s energy requirements, with over 18,000 facilities and 70,000 jobs - and has huge growth potential” H Grobrügge, President European Biogas Association.#biogasconference #EBAmembers @European_Biogas

A report by Transparency Market Research forecasts the global biomethane market to reach US$2,624.5 mn by 2025 (from US$1,485.4 mn 2016)at a CAGR of 6.7% between 2017 and 2025. Driven by company trend to upgrade production technologies for competitiveness and sustainability.

The Supreme Court ruling on the lack of specificality in the National Mitigation Plan is an opportunity for the Government to address #ClimateAction @PFGA. A target of 12% biomethane by 2030 can save 2.6m tonnes of CO2 pa attributed to energy & a 14 Mt CO2 pa in agriculture.

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.”

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Russell Smyth, Head of KPMG Sustainable Futures – Business case for renewable biomethane in Ireland

Benefits of Digestate from Biogas Plants as Biofertilizer

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