Biomethane injected – for the first time – into the Irish gas grid

29/06/2020 09:36 Renewable

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The project will initially supply enough biomethane to reduce Ireland’s CO2 annual emissions by 7,200 tonnes

Ireland saw the first injection of biomethane into its gas grid.

 

The newly-launched injection point at Cush, County Kildare, will initially supply 36,000MWh of biomethane entering the Irish gas network, enough to reduce Ireland’s carbon dioxide emissions by 7,200 tonnes every year.

 

The natural gas company Naturgy Ireland, which supplies companies including the British beverage alcohol giant Diageo is the first shipper of biomethane in Ireland.

 

Naturgy CEO Liam Faulkner said: “The injection of biomethane into the Irish grid for the first time represents an important step towards decarbonising Ireland’s energy use.

 

“In the future, this can materially reduce the carbon footprint associated with how we heat our homes, fuel our manufacturing and especially how we power our heavy transport fleet.”

Source: energylivenews.com

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