Biomethane, a type of renewable natural gas, is gaining ground as a way of converting organic waste into low carbon fuel for use in vehicles. While it is unlikely to ever play a significant part in decarbonising the transport sector, capturing methane in this way could be an important contribution to reducing methane emissions from food and farm waste and to cleaning up local transport fleets A so-called renewable natural gas, biomethane has been used in the past to create renewable electricity. But the falling costs of wind and solar power, coupled with policy changes and the simple need to find something to do with the tonnes of food and farm waste produced every day and to reduce the emissions this creates, are also boostin ...
Building solar and wind projects without subsidies is seen by many as the solution to the energy transition. But falling costs can create their own problems, especially without the right regulation and continuing financial support for fossil fuels
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