Renewable gas sector seeks state backing for cheap, no-fuss green energy source

The chairman of the Renewable Gas Forum Ireland is calling on the government to create an incentive scheme for renewable gas

7th July, 2019

The government has overlooked an economical way to help to solve the challenge of decarbonising heat energy, according to a group representing the renewable gas industry in Ireland.

The chairman of the Renewable Gas Forum Ireland (RGFI) is calling for the government to create an incentive scheme for renewable gas. Currently, the renewable heating initiatives being promoted by government are for electrification or burning of solid biomass.

PJ McCarthy, chairman of the RGFI, argued that...

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