Leafiniti Bioenergy supplies over 1,000 tons of CBG to AG&P Pratham in 5 months
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Leafiniti Bioenergy supplies over 1,000 tons of CBG to AG&P Pratham in 5 months

This achievement underscores TruAlt Bioenergy’s unwavering commitment to sustainable energy solutions

  • By ICN Bureau | June 12, 2024

TruAlt Bioenergy Limited’s wholly owned subsidiary, Leafiniti Bioenergy has reached a milestone in the bioenergy sector. For the period of January 2024 to May 2024, Leafiniti Bioenergy has supplied over 1,000 Tons of compressed biogas (“CBG”) to the city gas distributor, AGP City Gas Private Limited (AG&P), breaking the record for the most CBG supplied to AG&P over a 5-month period. This achievement underscores TruAlt Bioenergy’s unwavering commitment to sustainable energy solutions and reinforces its position as a prominent and diversified player in the biofuels industry in India. 

CBG is a vital component of India’s renewable energy portfolio. Produced from agricultural residue, manure, and other organic residues, CBG serves as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions and supporting a circular economy. The Indian government has been actively promoting CBG through various initiatives, including the Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation (SATAT) scheme, which aims to establish a robust CBG ecosystem in the country. 

Speaking on the occasion, Vijaykumar Murugesh Nirani, Founder and Managing Director of TruAlt: Bioenergy said "This milestone is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team at Leafiniti Bioenergy. We are proud to contribute to India's bioenergy goals and to work with AG&P in delivering sustainable energy solutions. Our commitment to innovation and sustainability continues to drive us forward. “

In a significant recent development, Leafiniti Bioenergy has entered into a non-binding term sheet with GAIL (India) Limited (GAIL) to establish 10 new CBG plants. This strategic initiative represents an investment of approximately 600 crores and marks a major step forward in expanding India's CBG production capacity. The collaboration with GAIL, a leading public sector natural gas processing and distribution company, underscores the mutual commitment to enhancing the nation's renewable energy infrastructure and accelerating the transition to cleaner energy sources.

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