Why the Government’s proposed Green Gas Support Scheme underestimates biomethanes’ potential

The fossil fuel era is over. It is now a matter of logistics. Many potential pathways exist to decarbonise energy, yet we do not have time for trial and error. Green Gas is the Future As the largest producer of biomethane in the UK, we believe renewable gasses are a crucial element to the energy revolution. This is especially true for those sectors difficult to decarbonise such as...


From Apprentice to Technician: A Personal Account of a Successful Apprenticeship

My apprenticeship journey with Future Biogas started in autumn 2014. I was 18 and had just left college to work as a labourer for my stepfather on an anaerobic digestion site that was under construction in Suffolk. I had decided that university wasn’t for me and had begun actively searching for apprenticeships. During my search, an opportunity as a maintenance technician in Lincolnshire, for...


Four Key Policy Announcements that Biomethane Plants are Keenly Awaiting

To say that it has been a busy time for UK politics would be an understatement! With the ongoing global pandemic, the Brexit transition period ending on the 31st of December, plus the snap election at the end of last year, it is understandable why 2020 has seen little progress for many policy commitments. We would like to share four policy highlights, crucial to the future of biomethane plants,...


COVID-19 Risk Assessment Summary

In accordance with the government guidance on managing the risk of Covid-19, Future Biogas has carried out Covid-19 risk assessments for the workplaces within its business (which include offices, AD biogas plants and site office facilities). Future Biogas has consulted its employees when preparing Covid-19 Risk Assessments. In accordance with the government guidance, this document sets out a...