Monthly Archives: November 2019
Greenhouse gas emissions of electricity and biomethane produced using the Biogasdoneright™ system: four case studies from Italy
Bioenergy has been criticized as interfering with food production, the so-called food versus fuel argument. 1-5 Furthermore, according to the indirect landuse change (iLUC) theory, bioenergy must be held responsible for the greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are emitted when additional … Continue reading
Anaerobic Digestion (AD) in a biogas plant is a well proven process in which organic matter breaks down naturally in the absence of oxygen to produce two valuable products – biogas and digestate. Biogas is an extremely useful source of … Continue reading
This note explains the assumptions used in undertaking the CBA, focusing on employment and estimating GVA. Our Report refers to both a bottom-up and top-down approach to estimating potential benefits of the Scheme – these are both outlined here.