18 Dec 2020
FT contributes to the Anaerobic Digestion report
FT congratulates Cork Chamber, Sustainable Cork Programme and University College Cork, Centre for Cooperative Studies on the recent launch of the Anaerobic Digestion report.
Jim Hughes, Director of Energy and Planning, contributed from a planning perspective at the early stage of the commencement of the research project. The report focuses on the potential of anaerobic digestion as a renewable energy source, its contribution towards waste management and the growth of the bioeconomy. Read the full report here.
The report includes a number of contributors across sectors including Gas Networks Ireland, Ashleigh Environmental, Energy-Cork, EirGrid, Teagasc, Amarenco Group, Flogas Ireland, Ashgrove Renewables, Tungsten Consulting, Bord Gáis Energy, Carbery Group, MaREI, Inver Energy Ltd. Ireland, Indaver and Irish Water.
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