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Biogas Action – Utilising Existing Slurry Storage Facilities in Wales


SWEA visited Bwlchwernen Fawr farm to give some advice on the feasibility of utilising one, or both, of the slurry stores to extract biogas for use in a boiler to provide heat for the creamery and milking parlour.

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Biogas Action – Working with a Community Energy Company in Wales


Ynni Anafon has installed a 240kW hydro system on the Anafon river. This has been a tremendous success but unable to facilitate one of the highest wishes of the Abergwyngregyn village – cheaper electricity. Ynni Anafon sought advice from experts and is considering biogas.

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Biogas Action – Working with the Welsh Government


This initiative was targeted at the process of persuasion that there was a useful role for AD bringing together representatives of the various UK governmental departments with other stakeholders– including regulators, academics, AD trade bodies, farming bodies and plant designers and manufacturers.

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Biogas Action – Training for small scale AD plant owners United Kingdom


A gap in training provision for small scale AD plant owners was identified. As a result of this, a decision was made to look at options for developing short and concise training modules available on dvd and youtube.

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Biogas Action – Penhesgyn Landfill Site Anglesey, North Wales


The aim of this case study was to provide recommendations for increasing gas availability to the LFG engine at Penhesgyn Waste Site – thus extending its life and giving a sustainable future for potential new enterprises that might take advantage of it.

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Biogas Action – Institutional building and networking Southeast Sweden


Biogas Sydost is a regional network consisting of private as well as public key actors and stakeholders from the entire biomethane value chain. The task is to improve the conditions for biomethane production in the southeast part of Sweden.

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Biogas Action – Introduction of liquefied biomethane in Southeast Sweden


Swedish Kalmar County carries great potential for the production of liquid biomethane to be used for heavy vehicles and maritime transport instead of fossil fuels.

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Biogas Action – Public procurement of buses Kalmar County


Kalmar County in Southeast Sweden has the target to become a fossil fuel free county by 2030. All transports paid by public means shall be fossil fuel free in 2020. There are very good preconditions to produce biogas especially from manure.

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Biogas Action – Building a network of refuelling stations for BioGNV in Southeast Sweden


In Sweden, a major part of the biomethane produced is used as vehicle fuel. Since the Biogas Action project started in January 2016, six new refuelling stations and three bus depots have been built in our three counties Blekinge, Kalmar and Kronoberg.

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Biogas Action – Implementation of the Regional Strategy and Action Plan for biomethane


In October 2011, the regional network Biogas southeast initiated, as part of the Biomethane Regions project, the work with a common strategy and action plan for biomethane to try to advance the implementation in the southeast region of Sweden.

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