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Enagás Renovable and Genia Bioenergy promote The Green Vector, a collaborative platform for the development of biomethane plants in Spain.

The Green Vector, a platform to promote the development of biomethane production from organic waste from agriculture, livestock, the food industry and municipalities.

Imagen con tubos de Biometano junto a arboleda.

The Green Vector platform is a vector for change in the current energy model, bringing together its strategic partners in a common goal: the ecological transition.

Who are the vectors of change?

Planta de gestión de residuos, maquina trituradora junto a montón de residuos triturados.

The players who move the waste are waste managers and composters.

The waste manager is the person or entity, public or private, that carries out any of the operations that make up waste management, whether or not they are the producer of the waste. As an alternative to landfill, they are committed to the recovery of non-hazardous organic waste as compost.

The composter recovers organic waste from industry, food, agriculture, livestock, sewage sludge, etc. for the agricultural sector by subjecting it to a treatment cycle to obtain fertilisers.

The time has come to make biomethane

The Green Vector plans to implement more than 10 biomethane production plants by 2030 with the capacity to produce up to 1 TWh of renewable energy each year and to sustainably manage more than 1.5 million tonnes of waste, thus avoiding the emission of more than 1.8 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent into the atmosphere.

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An ongoing revolution in renewable gas production

This network of biogas and biomethane plants will use anaerobic digestion to manage organic waste from agriculture, livestock and the food industry, sewage sludge or OFMSW , converting it into renewable energy and organic fertiliser products. The projects developed will contribute to the decarbonisation of the economy by avoiding greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere and to the revitalisation of economic activity in rural áreas.

• Among the advantages of this renewable energy generation model is the integration of the interests of multiple players: it facilitates sustainable waste management for farmers, livestock farmers, industry and municipalities.

• It also offers an energy recovery solution to waste managers: creation of technological facilities for the production of renewable energy in rural areas, making it easier for different consumers (industries, households, automotive, etc.) to have access to gas of renewable origin while offering organic amendments to the agricultural sector. The latter would function as a precursor to rapidly absorbed organic fertilisers, which prevent contamination of soils and aquifers.

Logo The Green Vector en horizontal y color verde, se compone de una flecha en el lateral izquierdo apuntando hacia la derecha donde aparece el nombre: The Green Vector. Formato SVG

Driver Of Change

Biomethane as a driver of change to decarbonise the current energy model

Spain has the natural resources, capacities and means to become a sustainable country. Biomethane as a driver of change and energy source is key to the ecological transition according to the targets set for 2030.

The development of the current potential of biomethane plants from the agro-industrial sector, WWTP and MSW in Spain would be equivalent, for each one, to an estimated annual production of 40 GWh, an estimated investment of €12 M, 8 direct jobs and 10 indirect jobs generated per plant.

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