IEA Bioenergy - Task 37: Green gas

GREEN GAS Facilitating a future green gas grid through the production of renewable gas

To mitigate climate change, it is essential to develop integrated and sustainable decarbonised renewable energy systems. Heat and transport together, account for about 80% of final energy consumption. Significant progress has been made in renewable electricity but decarbonisation of transport fuel is problematic. Gaseous renewable energy carriers, such as renewable ‘green gas’ can have a considerable impact in future energy systems and play a key role in decarbonising heat and transport. Green gas at present is dominated by biomethane, which can be generated from the anaerobic digestion of organic biomass and residues produced in agriculture, food production and waste processing.

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