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David Hurren 7h
Replying to @jessphillips
Tough shout... where are you on 🤔🙄😂
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Infinitas Design Ltd 5h
Interesting article from Bio Energy Insight University of Cambridge join up to show the benefits of The project aims to encourage UK fleet operators to switch from diesel to biomethane Click/Tap Below to find out more....
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New Electric Ireland Apr 20
Yeah, we did a lot work with in UK and now in Amsterdam... In Ireland we're considering methanol from wind/solar for seasonal storage and winter heat 😎
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American Natural Gas 15h
is committed to providing 100% RNG by 2020. Did you know that RNG as a transportation fuel over the last five years has displaced more than 7 million tons of Carbon Dioxide equivalent‼️ 🌎
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AIB 10h
Join our event on 19 June: Check out the event's website! See you there?
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IVECO UK Apr 15
This is no ordinary IVECO Eurocargo... This 16-tonner is operated by recycling specialist and runs on bio-gas made from its own food waste collections. Call us biased, but we think that's pretty impressive! 😮♻️
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Amélie Louvat Apr 20
We are proud to have a poster at 2019 on our last on presented by for See you soon in Malmo !!!
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Bioenergy Insight Apr 15
. Construction Equipment has revealed the world’s first -powered wheel loader at this year’s event. Find out more here:
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Bernadette McCabe 20h
Pig Farms to Indy Cars, via . is developing plants across the United States and is utilizing to help lower the carbon intensity by offsetting the use of to power these plants.
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Alice VATIN Apr 20
That’s great news 🎉, we have accomplished a lot since 2011! And we are just starting, so much more to do in terms of and . Very proud of our team here at
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Jean-Marc Leroy Apr 18
Beyond power generation, this study truly emphasises that and 🍃also offer the possibility to decarbonize the agricultural 🌽 and transport 🚗 sectors, making them essential for the transition towards a low-carbon economy.
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Aude Bertrandias Apr 14
Proud to share my contribution to development within R&D and in collaboration with business and operations
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GD4S Apr 19
♻️ production puts at the core of From agro-food waste, manure and crop residue To ⚡️ for 🏠🚗🚃🍳 And to fertilizer for farmers 👩‍🌾
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BiogasWorld Apr 19
2019 brings together stakeholders to discuss latest developments in conversion of & to , landfill gas extraction/utilisation, biomass gasification for CHP and +. It'll be on May 20-21, in Sweden! More info ➡️HERE:
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Jean-Marie Gauthey Apr 18
84 plants injecting in French grid and 661 projects in the pipe 🍃
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Sustainable Bus Apr 19
A local plant powers four city buses (and 20 taxis). Green project in Bologna with Hera and TPER.
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David Hurren Apr 13
Great video. All from food waste! can you help understand that biogas buses deserve support and solutions are not just
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HoSt | Bioenergy Systems Apr 19
Our Wabico anaerobic digestion plant in Waalwijk achieved a production volume of 18,718 Nm3 of biomethane in 24 hours! 👏 Learn more here →
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David Hurren Apr 18
To be clear this isn't anti-electric. This is anti sleepwalking into a future without understanding consequences. There is no silver bullet but along journey Gas powered HGV s and that is fuel cell ELECTRIC vehicles... cars to start will be there!
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Ratiram Payal Apr 14
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