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The Gaya project for second-generation biomethane

Country: France
Original language: English

When talking about second-generation biomethane, this generally refers to the biomethane obtained from lignocellulosic biomasses (such as wood and straw) that have no impact on the food supply chain. For this type of fuel, a process other than classical fermentation is used. In order to demonstrate the viability and technical feasibility of this fuel, a ...

When talking about second-generation biomethane, this generally refers to the biomethane obtained from lignocellulosic biomasses (such as wood and straw) that have no impact on the food supply chain. For this type of fuel, a process other than classical fermentation is used. In order to demonstrate the viability and technical feasibility of this fuel, a group of 11 partners has been working on the Gaya project for a number of years. The project, which has led to the creation of a dedicated industrial platform, is coordinated by ENGIE, the French energy company whose goal is to make the sector profitable within the next 20 years.

Find out more about the Gaya project at www.projetgaya.com

 

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