Biomethane / RNG
Biomethane is a sustainable fuel that is produced by biogas upgraders which remove the CO2 from biogas. Biomethane is produced from biogas that is derived from organic matter such as human waste / sewage, food waste, distillery waste or agricultural materials. As the carbon in this material has been recently taken from the atmosphere and is part of the short-term carbon cycle biogas and biomethane are deemed to be renewable fuels.
Biogas is dried and cleaned to remove impurities and upgraded to pure biomethane.
Biomethane can also be used in peaking stations. As biomethane is a renewable fuel it can be used to balance intermittent renewable electricity to provide a fully renewable power supply.
To learn more about biogas upgrading products supplied by Clarke Energy visit our biogas upgrading product page here.
Biogas Upgrading and RNG Case Studies
Clarke Energy USA and BioTown Biogas Work on First Project to Diversify Energy Portfolios into Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)
The project is a key strategic renewable energy win for Clarke Energy’s USA business after expanding our product offering with RNG solutions
SAS Agrigaz Agricultural Biogas Upgrading Plant, France
TPI biogas upgrading plant used to inject biomethane into national gas distribution grid.
First Biogas Upgrading Installation at Perpignan Sewage Plant in France
Waste water treatment plant now producing biomethane to inject into the network.
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