The UK Biogas industry is experiencing significant growth and has expanded seven-fold since 2010 according the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA).
Fulcrum's biogas service enables energy produced by biogas generators to be fed into the UK network via the installation of new gas infrastructure.
Biogas is becoming an important part of the UK’s energy mix and there is real potential for it to take an even greater role in the future.
Our biogas installation service reverses the gas pipeline installation process, providing new pipeline infrastructure which feeds energy produced by biogas generators into the UK gas network - enabling you to benefit from the relevant Feed-In Tariffs (FiTs).
Fulcrum is perfectly placed to support the growth of the biogas industry by implementing our extensive gas infrastructure experience, with high profile projects including the gas infrastructure serving the Olympic Park, Athletes Village and the Olympic Cauldron at London 2012, to the sector, and we provide existing operators and new market entrants with the design, construction and commissioning of new plant infrastructure.
Our track record in the gas industry, together with our excellent working relationship with the Gas Networks provide real benefit to the sector and support its ambitions to increase its contribution to the UK’s energy requirements.
If you would like to take advantage of a biogas installation at your site, please contact your local Business Development Manager.
Award winning project management and delivery of some of the most critical gas infrastructure for the 2012 Games.
Appointed by the Olympic Delivery Authority, and in addition to adopting the gas networks across the Olympic Village and Park, we delivered some of the most critical gas infrastructure for the 2012 Games. This entailed working to the highest levels of security, confidentiality and safety to install pipework to the metering equipment and the outlet pipe from the meter to a valve train controlling the Olympic Flame within the Cauldron. This required pipework crossed three bridges, including the Channel Tunnel rail link and beneath main railway lines and a canal. The system delivered a minimum pressure of 1.99 Bar. Read more.
Installation of 23km of 7 bar gas pipeline to feed four remote highland distilleries.
Scottish distillers Chivas Brothers, Diageo and Angus Dundee have cut CO2 emissions and ended reliance on road tanker fuel oil deliveries at four famous Speyside distilleries, thanks to the completion of a £7.6million gas pipeline.
The 16-mile link to Scotland's main gas network was completed six-months ahead of schedule despite winter temperatures of -12°C. Read more.