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What is the difference between green gas and CNG?

Asked by Avijit Dey, 06 Dec '08 11:06 am
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Green Gas is a substitute for natural gas. Green Gas produced by gasifi cation of biomass is called bioSNG.
SNG has the same characteristics and specifi cations as fossil natural gas. It can be injected into the natural
gas grid and can be used for all the same applications where natural gas is currently used for. The
production of SNG by means of biomass gasifi cation is an innovative process that decreases CO2 emissions
and makes use of existing infrastructure. In the Netherlands this equals half of the total national energy
consumption. If SNG is used for transport applications it is a second generation transport fuel. SNG can be
produced from biomass with an effi ciency of approximately 70%.

Green gas is a general name for all gases that
replace natural gas and are produced from ...more
Answered by suvendu dalai, 02 Feb '09 04:34 pm

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