BTS Biogas and ENGIE sign MoU
Published by Sarah Smith,
BTS Biogas Srl, a sister company of Bioenergy DevCo, and ENGIE have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which the two companies will share expertise and resources to expand decarbonisation efforts starting in Italy and expanding throughout Europe.
The agreement will create a shared project pipeline for the two companies, allowing both to maximise their experience in developing, constructing and managing facilities that create renewable natural gas from organic waste. By limiting the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators, these anaerobic digestion projects significantly reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
BTS Biogas has a twenty-year track record of developing anaerobic digestion projects and has built and operated more than 200 facilities around the globe. In 2019, BTS Biogas has joined Bioenergy DevCo, a developer of anaerobic digestion facilities in the US. Most recently, BTS’ technologies and expertise have been deployed in North America through deals with major food companies and natural gas utilities.
The projects developed through this partnership are expected to have significant positive economic impacts on their local communities, creating new jobs and encouraging additional investment in sustainable waste and energy solutions. The projects are expected to begin construction within the next year.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/the-environment/01072020/bts-biogas-and-engie-sign-mou/
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