• Biogas - an important renewable energy source (May 2013) - The World Bioenergy Association advocates that Biogas production should be an important part of the strategy to reduce green house gas emissions and improve energy security everywhere, because biogas production uses feedstock that are otherwise wasted and left to decompose.  Read more here.
  • Anaerobic lobby sounds alarm as it slips down renewables agenda (Jan 2013) - The Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association (ADBA) has produced detailed guidance to encourage greater uptake of anaerobic digestion (AD) in the UK amid concerns that DECC's recently updated Renewable Energy Roadmap is failing to prioritise the technology.  Read article here 
  • Anaerobic digestion and future market risks (Dec 2012) - Turbulence in the anaerobic digestion market is a distinct possibility over the next few years as operators grapple with the marginal versus operational costs of running a plant.  Read article here.
  • AD activity heigtens as plant efficiency comes under scrutiny (Nov 2012) - See also Read article.
  • Biogas production at US wastewater treatment plants (Oct 2012) - The North East Biosolids and Residuals Association (NEBRA) unveiled a website that provides updated data on anaerobic digestion and biogas production at wastewate treatment facilities across the United States.  The Water Environment Federation website has Biogas Data which provides policymakers, market analysts, project developers, and water quality professionals with key information about the potential for biogas production as a renewable fuel.  Read more here
  • NZ's first Biogas fuelled rubbish truck hits the road (Nov 2010) - Imagine if the waste truck collecting your bins was powered by what you'd thrown out the week before. For residents in Auckland's Rodney District that's about to become a reality thanks to an innovative environmental project at the Redvale Energy Park (Landfill) where the country's first waste collection truck fuelled by Biogas (biomethane) from Auckland's waste is about to hit the road.  Read more here