Biomethane-to-grid win

CHESTERFIELD BioGas (CBG) has been awarded a contract to supply its biogas upgrading technology for a plant that will be using organic agricultural waste to provide biomethane for injection into the gas grid.
The plant, located at St. Boswells, near Melrose in the Scottish borders, will process raw biogas produced by anaerobic digestion of energy crops and some vegetable wastes. This biogas will then be cleaned to more than 98% purity using a GreenlaneĀ® upgrading plant from CBG. It is planned that over 3 million cubic metres of gas per annum will be injected into the grid, once the plant starts operations in Summer 2015. The feedstock will be sourced under a long-term arrangement with a number of farms in the vicinity.

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