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The University of Warwick has successfully trialled a low-cost technique to produce hydrogen from wastewater processing that Severn Trent plans to scale up at its testbed sewage treatment works in Redditch. The process uses electromagnetic organisms to break down pollutants and produce the gas.
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Thames has awarded an eight-year contract to SGN to design, build and operate biomethane gas-to-grid facilities at its wastewater treatment works with the first installation due to be completed in March 2022. Gas from anaerobic digestion will be used to heat 3,500 homes in north London.
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Northumbrian has invested £9.5 million in harnessing biomethane from the wastewater treatment process that will cut energy bills for the company and, once returned to National Grid, will power up to 5,000 homes
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It is essential that we maximise the value of our existing gas infrastructure and use hydrogen to help the UK slash carbon dioxide emissions, says ENA's Matt Hindle.
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The government has announced plans to delay the date by which projects will need to be commissioned to receive a tariff guarantee under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.
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Energy software management company PassivSystems has announced it has secured a £2.4 million contract to help deliver a wider connection of green gas into the networks.
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No new homes should be connected to the gas grid from 2025 at the latest, the government’s climate change watchdog has recommended as part of a wide-ranging package of measures to cut emissions from the UK’s housing stock.
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Up to £400 million is expected to be invested in 48 new biomethane plants by January 2020, raising the total number of operational facilities from 98 currently to 146.
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