Flogas News - Sustainability
Flogas joins forces with ABP to bunker ships with LNG in UK first
Flogas has partnered with Associated British Ports (ABP) to bunker a ship with liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the first time ever in the UK.
Flogas shortlisted for 2017 AD & Biogas Industry Awards
In recognition of its leading propane enrichment offering, Flogas has been shortlisted for the AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2017.
Leeds City Council Sign with Flogas to Power LNG Refuse Collection Vehicles
Leeds City Council, the second largest local authority in the UK, has signed a contract with Flogas Britain for the supply of LNG to power part of its fleet of refuse collection vehicles and commercial vehicles.
New Project to Bring Low Cost, Environmentally Friendly Energy to Scotland
Flogas Britain, the UK’s leading liquefied natural gas (LNG) provider, has today announced a joint project to explore bringing LNG to areas of Scotland not served by the existing natural-gas grid.
Flogas signs landmark deals with SGN and Grain LNG
First of its kind deal sees Flogas supply SGN pipeline. Plus, UK’s largest ever slot arrangement agreed with the Grain LNG
Free biomass event for high energy users
Businesses and organisations interested to hear how biomass could reduce their energy costs, lower their carbon emissions and help them move away from a costly dependence on fossil fuels are invited to attend a free event at Cranfield University, Bedfordshire on Wednesday 16th March (10am – 2pm).
Flogas shows businesses how to benefit with biomass at free event
Businesses looking for a cost-effective, sustainable energy solution are invited to learn about the real benefits of biomass at a free event in Bedfordshire. Held on Thursday 3rd December (10am – 2pm) at Cranfield University, a host of industry experts will be on hand to explain how biomass can boost your bottom line, and why it pays to act now to get the very best long term returns.
Proposed cuts to Renewable Obligation / feed-in tariff support
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) last week announced plans to stop Renewable Obligation (RO) subsidies for solar arrays under 5MW from 1st April 2016.