Richard Jemmett's keen interest in the generation and use of energy has helped to shape his formal career and provide an incentive to write on the subject. He graduated from the University of Leeds in 1980 with a degree in fuel and energy engineering and has held various positions within energy and consultancy companies working in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
He has been a Board Director of two energy related companies and a past president of the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers. Richard has written many articles, essays, and conference presentations on utility industry strategy, energy industry development, energy market deregulation, renewable energy, distributed generation and high reliability organisational design.
The book starts by describing the basic properties of methane or biogas. This gas can be made using simple apparatus and a process know as anaerobic digestion. Anaerobic digestion is one of the most common biological procedures in nature, as the name implies, it means to carry or breakdown in the absence of air. Once you know the principles of this process it is possible to make biogas in small or
Written by Paul Hasluck this book was published in 1907. The book has been re-published from the original and contains the whole script, diagrams and formulas. The book has been reformatted to help reading on ebook readers and is not just a scanned copy of the original