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India Accelerating Work with Bio-Methane
2 June 2007
India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy is implementing an “Accelerated Program on Energy Recovery from Urban Wastes” which provides support for setting up of projects for generation of fuel or power from urban wastes, including utilization of bio-methane available at the existing treatment plants based on anaerobic processes.
With increasing use of natural gas (methane) in Indian cities for industrial, domestic and transportation applications, the government is interested in upgrading and compressing bio-methane and feeding it into natural gas delivery systems for use as fuel.
The Ministry currently has a tender open for few full-scale demonstration projects based on the technologies commercially available worldwide for upgrading bio-methane for feeding into the Natural Gas Supply Network.
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