Biogas Capture and Abatement from Landfill Project
We expedite the transition to renewables with clean energy and carbon abatement solutions. Carbon credits enable a commercially viable flaring project to create additional abatement and the future biogas to power project currently being developed.
Long-term contract with Shoalhaven City Council to recover and beneficially use biogas from this regional landfill in NSW. This improves air quality, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and contributes to the local economy.
No regulatory requirement to capture biogas, however ACCUs enable additional carbon abatement (above its baseline#) from a commercially viable flaring (and future powergen project) under the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF).
Increased biogas capture rates have also enabled the development of a renewable power station with battery storage to supply consistent, dispatchable (baseload and peaking) power to help stabilise the local electricity system.
Since commencing on site from 2021, LGI has completed extensive biogas system upgrades and installed an LGI 1000 Series ERF compliant flare to double biogas recovery rates. Council has benefited from a bespoke biogas management system at minimal cost.
LGI collaborates closely with the Council regarding the design, installation, operations and maintenance of the biogas management system, including the monitoring and reporting services provided and development of the power station.