Case Study: Biogas on your farm (EECA Guide 6.0)

EECA Technical Guide 6.0: Biogas on your farm

Biogas - energy from waste ‘Biogas’ is gas produced during the breakdown of biological matter, which can be used to provide electricity, heat and transport fuel. Biogas can be produced using effluent from farms, crop wastes, sewage, or at landfills. Biogas contains methane, which is lighter than air so it can easily be separated and stored. Methane has 20 times more greenhouse gas effect than carbon dioxide.

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