Biomethane from dry biomass-to-gas supplements other biomethanes. Following a purification stage, this green energy displays the same characteristic features as natural gas.This means that it can be transmitted via existing supply networks, and is appropriate for all the conventional uses of natural gas with no additional treatment.
Is has both identical and multiple uses as a heating fuel or vehicle fuel:
• domestic household uses for heating, cooking, and domestic hot water production appliances, etc.;
• collective uses for collective heating systems, including heating networks;
• industrial uses for the production of heat or steam;
• electricity generation;
• use as fuel for vehicles powered by natural gas.
“Around 18 million natural gas vehicles were on the road in 2013
(of which 1.8 million in Europe), and forecasts point to 65 million by 2030”.