Construction underway on two Air Liquide biomethane production units


Construction has begun on Air Liquide’s first two biomethane production units in Italy.

Working in collaboration with local partner Dentro il Sole (DIS), the units will recycle organic material from agricultural and livestock activities to convert it into biomethane, a renewable energy source.

Located in Truccazzano, Milan and Fontanella, Bergamo, the facilities will have a total production capacity of 3,200 tonnes per year – equivalent to about 50GW hours per year.

From a circular economy perspective, the two units will also be complemented by one filling station for the supply of bio-LNG and bio-CNG to local transport companies.

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