Biogas – green fuel from organic waste

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Biogas is a mixture of methane and CO2 produced by anaerobic digestion of organic matter in an oxygen-free environment. RENEVO is in the process of building an innovative biogas plant in Stord, Norway, that will produce liquid bio-methane for fuel, and bio-CO2 for industrial use. The gas will be used in heavy transport, buses and in ship traffic. The feedstock for the production is livestock manure and fish silage. There are several CO2-reducing elements embedded in the project, and as a result- the production of biogas is in total better than zero emissions of GHG.  The presentation will focus on these CO2-reducing measures.


Webinar speaker
Lene Pilskog works as a business developer in Renevo and is responsible for documenting climate benefits and sustainability for Renevo's biogas production. Lene has a master's degree from UiB, Administrasjon og organisasjonsvitenskap, and has working experience from development projects both in public and private organizations.


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