New leader for biogas to liquid fuel company, Renovare Fuels

March 31, 2019 |

In the United Kingdom, Renovare Fuels Limited, a company that has developed a way of producing a carbon-neutral liquid fuel from biogas, has appointed Dean Hislop as its managing director. Hislop was previously the CEO of Tamar Energy Limited, where he turned around the performance of the anaerobic digestion (AD) and organic waste recycling operator to a sustainable and profitable business, before leading the sale of the company to Ancala Partners LLP in 2018.

The appointment of Hislop marks the next phase of development for Renovare Fuels, which recently led the first public showcase of its technology at a demo facility in Alliance Dairies in Florida, USA. During the event, the company demonstrated how its unique process can turn biodegradable organic waste, such as that produced on a dairy farm, into a liquid fuel that is chemically similar to traditional petroleum-based diesels and commercial jet fuel.

“Renovare Fuels’ technology is unlike anything else currently in use and signals the beginning of a very exciting time for the green energy sector and industries that are producing biodegradable organic waste,” Hislop said. “

Renovare Fuels’ technology uses a chemical reaction to convert biogas derived from an organic waste recycling process, such as AD, to produce financially viable biodiesel. The technology can be integrated into existing infrastructure at any waste processing site, from landfills and wastewater treatment facilities to farms, making adoption highly cost-effective.

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