Green Gas News

The latest news from GGCS

  • Press Release: Sustainable Green Gas to grow under the Government’s proposed amendments

    Department for Transport releases consultation on the UK’s Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation Use of green gas set to increase as “biomethane,” a renewable gas derived from food and other organic wastes, is to be used as a transport fuel Biomethane included in sub-target for as an advanced, waste-derived renewable fuel Biomethane is an powerful and sustainable means of...

    Posted: 29 November, 2016

  • Event slides: Using green gas certificates for GHG reporting

    This event, organised by the Green Gas Certification Scheme (GGCS) and held at the offices of Burges Salmon In London, was a major success with over 70 delegates in attendance discussing new opportunities of using the GGCS's Green Gas Certificates as a key emissions tool when reporting to the GHG Protocol...

    Posted: 21 November, 2016

  • GGCS Event: Using Green Gas Certificates for GHG Reporting - 17 November 2016

    On: 17 November 2016  Time:10:30 Location: Burges Salmon LLP, 6 New St Square, London EC4A 3BF Changes to key greenhouse gas reporting rules provide new opportunities for large organisations to reduce their carbon impact. Learn how your company could use certificates from the Green Gas Certification Scheme now allow for near-zero greenhouse gas emissions reporting...

    Posted: 14 October, 2016

  • Renewable gas market makes major breakthrough

    ·      Changes to key greenhouse gas reporting rules provide new opportunities for large organisations to show they have reduced their carbon impact by using biomethane;     ·      The use of green gas now allows for near-zero greenhouse gas emissions reporting;   ·      Consumer ...

    Posted: 19 September, 2016

  • Labour MPs Back Role for Green Gas in UK Energy Future

    On 14 July Labour launched The Green Gas Book at the Houses of Parliment. Below is the accompanying txt from Alan Whitehead's blog with a link to view a cop of the report. You can find. To visit Alan Whitehead's blog please click here...

    Posted: 25 July, 2016

  • Survey for Biomethane Day 2016 shows 84% would like renewable gas at home

    A new survey conducted for Biomethane Day 2016, has shown that 84% of people in the UK would like to switch to using green gas in their homes.  Biomethane is a renewable gas, often called ‘green gas’, which can be made from energy crops, food waste, sewage sludges and or residues from food manufacture...

    Posted: 11 April, 2016

  • CNG Fuels and National Grid unveil first high pressure grid connected CNG filling station

    CNG Fuels, in partnership with National Grid, has unveiled a new state-of-the-art filling station in Leyland, Lancashire today, allowing vehicles to fill up on compressed natural gas (CNG), directly from the high-pressure local transmission system...

    Posted: 10 March, 2016

  • Biomethane Half Century as UK sees highest level of BtG growth in the World

    Biomethane Half Century as UK sees highest level of BtG growth in the World. CNG Services has worked on 90% of the UK’s 50 biomethane to grid connections, with 23 new Biomethane plants connected in 201 The UK has seen a further 23 biomethane to grid (“BtG”) connections in 2015...

    Posted: 11 February, 2016

  • UK Biomethane Day 2016 - 20 April 2016

    Booking for UK Biomethane Day 2016 is now open! UK Biomethane day is the annual event for the biomethane sector in the UK. Over 300 delegates involved in the biomethane sector will be attending with a conference programme that will cover all sectors of the biomethane industry.   For more information and details on how to book a place please visit the REA website here - http://www...

    Posted: 28 January, 2016

  • Green Gas Certification Scheme member Euston Biogas connects to the grid

    A brand new ‘green gas’ facility in Euston, Suffolk, has started delivering gas into National Grid’s pipeline network and is set to fuel 1,000 local homes with sustainable energy while at the same time offering benefits for local farmers. Read full story on National Grid's website here?...

    Posted: 7 August, 2015