Wärtsilä supplies biogas plants to Nature Energy

A new deal sends a couple of upgraded biogas facilities from the Finnish tech group to the Danish biomethane company.

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Danish biomethane firm Nature Energy has placed an order with Finnish technology group Wärtsilä for delivery of two facilities in Denmark, which will upgrade biogas and produce biomethane for use in the gas grid, the partners confirm on Tuesday.

Biomethane is a renewable energy solution and is used for heating, industrial processes and as a transportation fuel.

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