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Malabar's renewable gas project earns its inaugural Greenpower Certification.

Australia's Malabar Biomethane Injection Plant (MBIP) has received GreenPower Renewable Gas Certification, affirming the carbon neutrality of its gas production. This is a significant achievement that highlights Australia's progress towards a more sustainable energy future. This recognition not only validates the plant's commitment to producing carbon-neutral gas but also emphasizes the importance of renewable energy sources in reducing carbon emissions.
The collaboration between Sydney Water, Jemena, and ARENA demonstrates the power of partnership in driving innovation and environmental responsibility. By converting wastewater into gas and showcasing the circular economy in action, the MBIP serves as a model for integrating renewable energy solutions into existing infrastructure. This milestone underscores the urgency of transitioning towards cleaner energy alternatives to address climate change and build a more resilient energy sector.
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https://esdnews.com.au/malabar-biomethane-project-gets-greenpower-certification/



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  • Grace Njeri

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    The investment reflects a fundamental reality about our future energy system.

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    • Ann Nyambura

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      Great news!

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      • George Kariuki

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        Turning wastewater into clean gas is a brilliant example of a #CircularEconomy in action! This project is a major win for #CombatingClimateChange and building a more sustainable future for all. Thanks for leading the way, Australia!

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        • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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          Incredible step towards sustainability.Green energy is the future

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          • Elizabeth Gathigia

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            Great, the faster the transition of clean energy takes place the safer the planet is

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            • mary Mwihaki

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              Green energy ia the way to go

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              • Jane Wangui

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                This is quite commendable....green energy is the way to go...many companies should embrace this in as much as it is slightly more expensive

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                • Gorffly mokua

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                  This is a great milestone in achieving Australia's sustainable energy objectives & highlights the importance of renewable energy sources in addressing climate change...

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                  Welcome, let's solve the climate crisis together
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