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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.
RGFI commissioned KPMG Report says low carbon, renewable gas scheme presents strategic national opportunity.
[22 October 2019] Research conducted by KPMG with industry, gas consumers and the agricultural sector concludes there is a compelling business case for the establishment of an indigenous Irish, biomethane industry based on gas produced largely from agricultural waste.
KPMG research has validated RGFI’s ambition to develop a sustainable indigenous biomethane industry in Ireland on a phased basis by 2030, which will stimulate the rural
The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) is an industry forum representing all sectors of the renewable gas industry from producers through to end users.
Opportunity to reduce carbon emissions and boost farm incomes.
The Energy & Rural Business Show Ireland is a business event for the agricultural and rural communities of Ireland, providing in depth information and guidance on renewable energy generation and use, environmental best practice and other diversification ventures. Continue reading
Bioenergy Future Ireland 2020 will attract senior-level executives & decision-makers from the Irish Bioenergy community to create an environment in which to network, do business and access knowledge on the latest developments, trends, strategies and policies relating to energy consumption in Ireland. Continue reading
Save-the-Date for an all-day conference on Ireland’s transport energy mix, the Climate Action Plan and bioenergy. Ethanol Europe are teaming up with the IrBEA to host an exciting day of discussion about climate action, transport and bioenergy. Continue reading