of waste diverted from landfill
of natural gas replaced per annum
Produces the same amount of renewable gas a
Same amount of CO2 absorbed by
Renewable Gas is a term used to describe gases that can be used as renewable energy source, and result in zero net carbon emissions when combusted. Net zero carbon emissions means any actual carbon emissions from combustion are equal to, or lower than, the carbon absorbed by the feedstock initially used to produce the gas (e.g. organic waste).
Renewable gases can be stored easily in large volumes within the existing networks.
Gas captured from decomposing organic wastes from landfills, agricultural produce and wastewater treatment facilities.Find out more
Produced by separating hydrogen from water using an electrolyser powered by renewable electricityFind out more
Can be produced from a wide range of sustainable feedstocks like agricultural waste and replace LPG as carbon neutral fuel.Find out more