As a leading global producer of sustainable distributed energy, EDL is dedicated to a world of new energy for our customers, stakeholders and communities.
We understand, and are prepared for, the complexities associated with a decarbonising energy market. As such, EDL develops innovative, tailored solutions to meet our customers’ expectations of reliable, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable energy.
We own and operate a global portfolio of power stations across Australia, North America and Europe that utilise a range of generation and fuel sources.
As a leading global producer of sustainable distributed energy, we are dedicated to a world of new energy for our customers, stakeholders and communities. EDL understands, and is prepared for, the complexities associated with a decarbonising energy market.
We own and operate a global portfolio of power stations in Australia, North America and Europe.
To provide better energy solutions for the benefit of our world—our customers, employees, stakeholders and community.
EDL owns and operates a large portfolio of landfill gas (LFG) powered stations in Australia, Europe and North America. LFG is generated from decomposing organic matter in refuse tips. It mostly consists of methane, carbon dioxide and organic compounds. This gas would otherwise be released to the atmosphere or flared. Instead, EDL converts the gas to electricity, significantly avoiding carbon emissions.
The commercial use of landfill gas as a fuel requires gas to be extracted at a reasonably consistent flow and quality. EDL uses a pattern of vertical gas extraction wells linked by underground pipes to a gas collection facility. The entire system is maintained under a vacuum, inducing landfill gas to flow into the collection facility where gas processing reduces moisture and filters out fine particles. The processed landfill gas is then used as a fuel in either gas engine or gas turbine generators. The power generation facilities are interconnected with a power grid.
EDL is investing in work that goes beyond the conversion of gas to electricity, and upgrading LFG and WCMG to green gas or renewable natural gas (RNG).
RNG is biogas formed by the decomposition of organic matter, such as methane, that has been processed to pipeline-quality standards. It’s fully interchangeable with conventional natural gas, and can be used in natural gas-fuelled industries and vehicles as compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquified natural gas (LNG). When used as a vehicle fuel, RNG provides a substantial environmental benefit; 85% reduction of C02 emissions relative to diesel fuel.
For more information on our landfill gas sites, projects and other services, please visit our website at: https://edlenergy.com/.