All companies in the EGF have taken the necessary measures in accordance with government regulations, and strict hygiene rules are followed in our operations so as not to endanger the health of our employees and the operation of our energy facilities.
This concerns the ecological and circular use of waste as a secondary raw material, and also its disposal according to current legislation. The production of electricity, heat and biomethane (composition identical to natural gas) will be consumed at the place of production.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade announced the 4th year of the Waste to Sources Competition, which we will register with the first functional project of biomethane production from biodegradable waste and injection of biomethane into the gas distribution system.
The European Commission (EC) has published the first draft of its new law aimed at inducing Member States to significantly reduce their carbon emissions.
The plant, which will use electrolysis to convert energy from renewable sources to hydrogen, will grow in the north of the Netherlands and should produce up to 800,000 tonnes of hydrogen per year by 2040.