Energy Networks commended for biomethane-to-grid campaign

TEnergy Networks Association logohe Energy Networks Association (ENA) has been Highly Commended at the Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association (ADBA) Awards to recognise the growth and development of biomethane as a major part of long-term sustainable role for gas.

 ENA is the voice of the networks representing the ‘wires and pipes’ transmission and distribution network operators for gas and electricity in the UK and Ireland.

The commendation focussed on the collaborative nature of the work that has been carried out since the Campaign began in early 2013, highlighting that the members of the campaign form a cross-sector, specialist team that together have a comprehensive understanding of the challenges facing the biomethane-to-grid market and possess the combined expertise to overcome them.

David Smith, Chief Executive, said: “This recognition reflects ENA and its member’s commitment to the development of biomethane injection into the UK gas grid.

“By working with the other key players in this industry, this will lead to the delivery of sustainable and locally produced gas to homes and businesses well into the future which in turn will deliver energy security and cost effective low-carbon heat, with major benefits for the UK economy.”

The next annual Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference is due to be held at the Aberdeen exhibition centre in October.


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