Since 2004 REA Biogas has been championing the cause of anaerobic digestion (AD) and has been the unifying force which has helped to bring the industry forward into the expansion we have seen in the past two years. We are a democratic association in which all organisations and members have an equal say, and we take pride in working to promote the sustainable production of biogas for power, heat, transport and injection to grid.
REA Biogas is the trade association for the biogas industry in the UK. Since 2004 we have been the unifying force championing the biogas industry, playing a major role in delivering the expansion that we are now seeing. If you’re in the biogas business, you need to become a member of the REA.
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Anaerobic Digestion is the natural biological process which converts organic materials into biogas and a useful fertiliser. The Biogas is used to generate electricity, to provide heat and cooling or alternatively cleaned to pipeline quality gas for use in vehicles or for injection into the national gas grid.
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Our members come from across the entire biogas industry supply chain, supporting the development of merchant, on-farm and community AD, syngas from gasification, landfill gas and water treatment facilities, and the use of biogas for power, heat, transport and injection to grid. Membership of REA Biogas is vital for people who are shaping the future of the industry.
On 9 September DECC published the Government decision on the Consultation on Removing pre-accreditation for Feed-in Tariff (FiT) projects...
Posted: 9 September, 2015
DECC has published today an updated version of the FIT review consultation, having corrected some of the tables after an error was identified in the analysis...
Posted: 4 September, 2015
This year’s Natural Gas Vehicle Day is being held at the prestigious National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull on 22 October 2015...
Event Date: 22 October, 2015 at 09:00
Location: National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull Birmingham
Overview According to the latest Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) statistics, the UK currently recycles around 43% of its waste...
Event Date: 12 November, 2015 at 08:00
Location: Central London