Anaerobic Digestion plant will make Balmenach one of lowest carbon distilleries in Scotland 08 December 2017 Clearfleau, the UK’s leading provider of on-site biogas plants for the food and beverage sector, has started work on its latest biogas plant on a distillery for Inver House at Balmenach in rural Speyside. The Balmenach distillery, which is […]
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Clearfleau and BV Dairy have been working with the Environmental Lab, University of Southampton, on a pilot-scale trial to produce Biogas from industrial effluents (such as wastewaters from the brewery and dairy industries) at ambient temperatures: the ERA-Net AmbiGAS project. To find out more about how the project went […]
Clearfleau has joined ADBA and other renewable energy bodies asking Ministers to take urgent action on the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) legislation. Clearfleau is one of the UK’s leading providers of on-site bio-energy plants for food and beverage processing sites, with a number of operational plants and others planned on food, dairy and […]
Yesterday the government announced it’s long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy. Richard Gueterbock, Director, Clearfleau, commented: “We are pleased that the Clean Growth Strategy will encourage business models which encourage resource efficiency and offers support for switching to lower-carbon fuels. But this also requires specific measures to help SME businesses, in sectors like food and drink manufacturing, invest in on-site generation of bio-energy from […]
Greening commercial transport: biogas’ potential as HGV fuel Study for leading British bioenergy company shows that biogas generated from food & beverage process residues offers a low-carbon commercial transport fuel for the future. July 6th 2017, Bracknell New research shows that biomethane generated from food and drinks process residues has growing potential as […]
Summary Report on Biogas for Commercial Vehicle Fuel On-site anaerobic bio-energy plants convert processing residues from manufacturing operations, such as distilleries and dairies, into valuable renewable energy for factory use. To date utilising the biogas on factory sites has mainly involved Combined Heat and Power (CHP) engines. Clearfleau has identified the transport sector as a […]
World Distilled Spirits Conference 2017 on-site Digestion Specialist Clearfleau is building more distillery plants in 2017/18. As a leading provider of bio-energy solutions for the distillery sector, Clearfleau is participating in the World Distilled Spirts Conference (WDSC) held in Glasgow at the end of May. With two on-site bio-energy plants on Diageo distillery sites, the […]
Clearfleau, the leading British provider of on-site bio-energy plants for food and beverage production sites, will be showcasing its current projects at Edie Live and demonstrating a more circular approach to resource use on industrial sites. Food processors can learn how to reduce fossil fuel bills and effluent disposal costs while eliminating off-site residue transport […]
– Following success in the prestigious 2016 Business Green Technology Awards Clearfleau is recognised with the Resource Management Award for its Lake District Biogas gas to grid plant. Bracknell, 27th January 2017: The award-winning British bio-energy technology company, Clearfleau has secured further recognition for its on-site industrial plants at the 2017 Edie Sustainability Leaders Awards. […]
– Success in the prestigious 2016 Business Green Technology Awards for the Best Circular Economy Project highlights how Clearfleau is leading the way with bio-energy technology for deployment on industrial sites. Bracknell, 5th December 2016: British engineering innovation is behind the ability to convert liquid bio-degradable residues into valuable on-site renewable energy. The potential […]
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Energy from Whisky: Clearfleau building new biogas plant in Scottish Highlands Anaerobic Digestion plant will make Balmenach one of lowest carbon...