Press Cuttings

January 24, 2020

Leading the clean energy revolution

Original article from West Briton, Cornish Guardian and The Cornishman
A small, highly innovative Cornish company called Bennamann Ltd is doing its bit locally to help Cornwall Council meet its ambition to achieve net zero carbon by 2030, as well as radically improve the sustainability and productivity of farming in the country and help reduce fuel poverty among residents.
December 12, 2019

Biomethane-powered machinery to fix potholes in Cornwall, UK

Original article from Bioenergy Insight.
Potholes in Cornwall, UK will be fixed by machines powered by biomethane. Construction firm Cormac is trialling the new equipment powered by biogas derived from cow manure.
December 10, 2019

Cormac trials biomethane energy

Original article from Business Cornwall.
In a first of its kind for the county, and possibly the UK, Cormac has successfully tested biomethane-fuelled equipment to fill pot-holes and help repair the roads across Cornwall.
December 10, 2019

Cow manure methane powers pot hole repairs

Original article from Construction Manager.
Contractor Cormac is trialling road maintenance machinery powered with manure from Cornish cows.
August 1, 2019

Farm manure is playing an energy role

Original article from Western Morning News.
Nestling in the heart of the Cornish countryside near Truro, Bennamann Ltd is a small company aiming to drive a radical shake-up of the world’s energy markets by introducing a highly disruptive, commercially viable way of sourcing and distributing zero carbon sustainable fuel locally.
November 14, 2018

Cool innovations for clean energy

Original article from Physics World.
Cryogenic technology is making it possible for liquid air, nitrogen and methane – including methane derived from cow slurry – to play roles in combating global warming.