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CBG is derived from agri-waste and other forms of organic waste — a hi-tech version of gobar gas. Unlike the latter, though, a CBG plant produces sulphur stripped of methane of automotive-grade, producing high-quality solid and liquid organic fertilisers as byproducts.

Petroleum and natural gas minister Dharmendra Pradhan recently announced that India will see an investment of Rs 2 lakh crore in setting up 5,000 compressed biogas (CBG) plants. This comes at a time when the annual discussion on air quality has once again renewed the discourse on the desperate need for renewables.CBG is derived from agri-waste and other forms of organic waste — a hi-tech version of gobar gas. Unlike the latter, though, a CBG

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