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The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) Ireland Biomethane Conference takes place on 9th & 10th November in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 with speakers from the EU Commission, Irish Government, State Agencies & the US Senate. For infor or tickets, click on the link in our bio.

The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) Ireland Biomethane Conference takes place on 9th & 10th November in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 with speakers from the EU Commission, Irish Government, State Agencies & the US Senate. For info or tickets, click on the link in bio.

The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) Ireland Biomethane Conference takes place on 9th & 10th November in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 with speakers from the EU Commission, Irish Government, State Agencies & the US Senate. For info or purchase tickets, click on the link in bio.

The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) Ireland Biomethane Conference takes place on 9th & 10th November in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 with speakers from the EU Commission, Irish Government and State Agencies. For information or to purchase tickets, click on the link in our bio.

The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) Ireland Biomethane Conference takes place on 9th & 10th November in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 with speakers from the EU Commission, Irish Government and State Agencies. For information or to purchase tickets, click on the link in our bio.

The Renewable Gas Forum of Ireland (RGFI) Ireland Biomethane Conference takes place on 9th & 10th November in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 with speakers from the EU Commission, Irish Government and State Agencies. For information or to purchase tickets, click on the link in our bio.

📢New @GasforClimate study confirms that there is enough feedstock to achieve the #REPowerEU ambition of #biomethane production
🍃sustainably
📈reaching 1⃣0⃣% of 2020's gas consumption in #EU
#RenewableEnergy https://twitter.com/European_Biogas/status/1567064431892332544

European Biogas EBA@European_Biogas

The EU-27+3 #biomethane potential for 2030 sits at 45 bcm: 42 bcm from AD and 3 bcm from Thermal gasification. The feedstocks with the largest potential are animal manure and agriculture residues, with animal manure and industrial wastewater being considered as low hanging fruits

Early bird registration still open https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/rgfi-ireland-biomethane-conference-9th-and-10th-november-2022-tickets-412045327667

📸 "I run 100% on #biogas" on this morning delivery 🚚, a sustainable alternative to diesel reducing emissions, noise... and produced localy 🇫🇷🇪🇺
#SpotYourBioNGV

Dairy industry and climate action to the fore with new appointments to RGFI Board –   Dr Anne Marie Henihan and Paul Murphy https://www.renewablegasforum.com/dairy-industry-and-climate-action-to-the-fore-with-new-appointments-to-rgfi-board-dr-anne-marie-henihan-and-paul-murphy

💥#BREAKING💥

@IPBES #ValuesAssessment: decisions based on a narrow set of market values of nature underpin the global #biodiversity crisis

More than 50 methods & approaches exist to make visible the diverse values of nature

https://bit.ly/IPBES_VA

Anaerobic digestion the focus of Oireachtas environment committee today https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/anaerobic-digestion-the-focus-of-oireachtas-environment-committee-today/?utm_source=social_share&utm_medium=twitter #agriland

'A national strategy will encourage an expansion of this technology across Ireland' https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/draft-bill-would-allow-for-national-anaerobic-digestion-strategy

RGFI presented to the JOC on Environment and Climate Action today and reiterated our call for immediate implementation of the RHO to underpin the development of AD biomethane in Ireland for the difficult to abate transport and agriculture sectors.@Dept_ECC @European_Biogas

We welcome today’s unanimous agreement of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment and Climate Action on the need for urgent movement to support AD biomethane.  RGFI presented to the JOC reiterating our call for the immediate implementation of the RHO @Dept_ECC

The #biomethane sector is ready to deliver and work with #EU institutions to reach the target of the biomethane plan, including:
✅The production of 35 bcm by 2030
✅The set-up of a biomethane industrial partnership
#REPowerEU https://twitter.com/Energy4Europe/status/1542534966709567489

Energy4Europe 🇪🇺@Energy4Europe

#Biomethane can play an important role to achieve the #REPowerEU plan’s objectives of diversified #gassupplies and reduce the EU’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels. To this end, production needs to reach 3⃣5⃣ billion cubic meters/year by 2030 → https://europa.eu/!6pKhPP

#GasPackage An EU-wide right to inject for #biomethane projects developers, including outside gas-served areas, is paramount to a quick integration of biomethane into the energy markets.
More details in our position paper: http://bit.ly/3OKcBo4

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

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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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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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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