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COP 27: Why methane reduction needs to be high on the agenda

COP 27: Why methane reduction needs to be high on the agenda

As COP 27, hosted by Egypt this year, launched at the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh, the global biogas industry is using this as an opportunity to demand recognition of what Anaerobic Digestion (AD) technology can achieve in the fight against climate change. The World Biogas Association (WBA) is attending COP 27 and will

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A recipe for avoiding disaster: how private capital could help save Britain

A recipe for avoiding disaster: how private capital could help save Britain

While the UK Government’s preliminary moves to contain the country’s energy crisis are to be welcomed, much more could be done to fund the clean energy generation capacity that the country needs. Early messaging from the government seems to indicate a short-term plan to simply turn on the taps and pump more gas. However, one

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UK Net Zero Week: Five Key Takeaways on Net Zero Investment

UK Net Zero Week: Five Key Takeaways on Net Zero Investment

What makes Net Zero different from Carbon Neutral? Carbon neutral is an off-setting process, focusing more on seeking to reduce carbon emissions from a business or home. Net Zero aims to reduce emissions to the lowest possible point and only using off-setting measures as a last resort. Strictly speaking, something or someone is carbon neutral

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That Exxon Vote and What it Means for Green Investing

That Exxon Vote and What it Means for Green Investing

ExxonMobil has served as a good example of how the energy industry is going to be pushed towards change if it does not embrace it. While several big oil companies have already started to talk to investors about their green energy strategies, Exxon has had three directors added to its board, thanks mainly to the

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