Chemical or Mechanical Purification
Gas separation is a technique deployed to split up gases to separate and purify multiple or single gas components. The environmental performance of biogas upgrading can be assessed via life cycle assessment (LCA) that studies midpoint (global warming potential, ozone layer depletion, etc.) and endpoint (damage to human health, resource availability, etc.) impact categories. LCA studies also consider the consumption of electricity, methane leakage, and heat demand to determine the overall environmental impacts of biogas on biomethane upgrading technologies. CleanCap’s approach helps differentiate technologies based on a specific projects’ needs.