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Promising project to produce green methane

01 March 2018

The research consortium Bio-P2M, consisting of amongst others, prof A.A. Broekhuis and his team from the Product Technology research group of ENTEG, was enthusiastically received by the review committee of the subsidy provider SIA, the national body for practice-oriented research. The project, focusing on the production of organic methane from surpluses of green electricity via hydrogen will now enter a second phase.

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