Biogas

Arising from the breakdown of organic waste such as sewage, biogas is a low-cost and reliable fuel source that can be used for both heating and electricity

Biogas is a type of biofuel that arises from the breakdown of organic waste such as sewage. Produced in anaerobic environments (those devoid of oxygen), using biogas offers a number of benefits. It is a low-cost and reliable fuel source that can be used for both heating and electricity. Using biogas lowers greenhouse gas emissions, reduces landfill, thereby protecting the water supply from toxic elements. Denmark is working towards eliminating the use of natural gas and is the leading country in Europe based on the share of biogas in the gas transmission system.

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