The virtuous circle of biogas in the USA: from electricity for transport, to the exploitation of CO2
According to the American Biogas Council over the next few years, biogas cogeneration can be used to produce energy for the electrification of means of transportation, where incentives are in place. The system can be even more effective with the use of biogas to power microgrids, encouraging the use of organic waste for the production of biogas and the capture and exploitation of CO2. As Patrick Serfass points out, using biogas in a cogeneration plant means reducing emissions by between 50 and 67%.
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Executive Director, American Biogas Council
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