GoBiGas: Fueling the Biogas Movement

Keeping Greener Company
  • Srinivasan SunderasanEmail author


In the year 2008, Business Region Goteborg, a collection of 13-member municipalities, was awarded the “Blue Sky Innovation Award” for encouraging the use of biomethane as a sustainable transportation fuel. Goteborg, in particular, and Sweden, in general, had viewed the increased use of biogas as key to creating a more sustainable society and as a step toward a fossil-fuel-free future.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Verdurous Solutions Private LimitedMysoreIndia

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