Heat pump could reduce biogas carbon footprint by 36% research suggests

Published: 11 January 2023

A University of Glasgow-led team of scientists have demonstrated that using air-source heat pumps to support anaerobic digestion could cut the carbon emitted during the production of biogas by more than a third. Their findings could help support ongoing efforts to decarbonise national electricity grids and enable remote communities to produce their own low-carbon power locally.

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First published: 11 January 2023

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