CHP Biogas monitoring in wastewater

For efficiency and protection For Yorkshire Water rising energy prices have put new focus on the opportunities to maximise the effectiveness of CHP (combined heat and power) at Waste Water Treatment Plants.  Key activities such as aeration and pumping are highly energy intensive so it made sense to improve self-generation rather than buy off the… Read more »

Fernbrook Bio

Case Study:The best’ AD plant chooses Gas Data Fernbrook Bio, the team behind the award-winning Rothwell Lodge anaerobic digester (AD) plant, have saved money by choosing a British company to supply their gas analysis equipment. Fernbrook Bio uses food waste from local authorities and other outlets to produce electricity through the anaerobic digestion process. The… Read more »

UTS Biogas – May Farm project

Case Study: Accurate gas monitoring in a complex AD installation The most recent UK anaerobic digester (AD) installation by leading supplier UTS Biogas features one of Gas Data’s Click! System gas analysers at the heart of the process. The plant, at May Farm in Cambridgeshire, provides an impressive set of benefits as it is designed… Read more »

Reaseheath College

Case study: Reaseheath College AD plant Gas Data Ltd, the Coventry- based gas monitoring company, is taking part in a project to assess the viability and use of an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant on an agricultural site. Reaseheath College, near Nantwich in Cheshire has built a demonstration facility based on two small scale, low capital… Read more »

James Hart – Glebe Farm

Pig farmer James Hart and his chicken farming neighbour Jeremy Iles have just passed the first anniversary of installing an anaerobic digester on their farm near Fairfield, Gloucestershire.  James pronounces the project “a success” despite the hard work involved and last month earned £25,000 in sales of surplus electricity to the National Grid. James and Jeremy… Read more »