Biomethane from dry biomass-to-gas is additional to other biogases and to natural gas. It is a new green energy. Its development will enable the “green” sector to add a new string to its bow, thanks to an environmentally-friendly, high-performance and responsible biomethane. Its success, which meets a technological challenge, will ensure the development of biomethane sector in France.
Dry biomass-to-gas has another advantage, namely its source.
The lignocellulose biomass used is found in forestry products such as wood, agricultural by-products like straw, forestry management by-products, and waste from the wood and paper industries. It is a renewable resource that is available in large quantities at a low cost. It is produced close to locations where biomass is collected and it supports local employment.