A biography of biogas

As energy prices rise, so does the status of a humble gas. Gord Cope finds that in the current environment, biogas comes up smelling of roses.

It is fair to say that visions of financial gain and environmental acclaim do not immediately pop into the heads of most observers standing downwind of a biological waste treatment plant.

But for movers and shakers in large sectors of the global economy, this is indeed the case, for the biogas that wafts in the breeze is not only proving ...

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