Pioneering a sustainable future by turning waste into value

Nature Energy is world leading within renewable energy. We build, own and operate industrial scale green gas facilities.

What is Green gas?

Green gas is an energy source made from organic residual materials. It has the same properties as natural gas, but with much lower emissions. It can be injected directly into the gas grid and can be used for heating of households and industry. It can also be cooled (to bio-LNG) for use as sustainable transport fuel in ships and trucks.

Why Green gas?

Green gas, or biomethane, is produced by the conversion of what we don’t want into what we need. The process transforms organic agriculture waste into climate-friendly gas, speeding up the energy transition in the Netherlands. 


Why the Netherlands?

Nature Energy prefers to build plants close to agricultural entrepreneurs. Because the region is densely populated with farms capable of providing the feedstock required for the operations of a Nature Energy plant. Nature Energy’s concept helps energy-independency and contributes to the ambitious green gas targets set by the Dutch government.

From waste to renewable energy source

Manure and slurry naturally produce methane gas, which can be captured and converted into renewable natural gas through a process called digestion. This is a local, renewable energy source that can be fed into the natural gas grid.

Nature Energy develops, builds and operates Green gas plants according to the latest principles and with advanced technology to ensure the best utilization of waste for local communities as well as (agricultural) entrepreneurs.

Green gas, or Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), is produced by the conversion of what we don’t want into what we need. The process allows us to transform food waste, manure and other organic waste into climate friendly gas. This enables us to process waste from society, while at the same time creating important renewable energy that can be passed on directly to the many sectors requiring biogas in the energy transition.

Contributing to the well-being of future generations

Fostering good relations with the community

  • Valuation of local resources and infrastructures.
  • Stimulating regional economy and local employment opportunities.  
  • Open attitude towards ideas from (agricultural) entrepreneurs and local community.

We are committed to keeping our facilities as clean and professional as possible

  • We collect and unload the slurry in a closed hall with negative pressure that keeps any bad odours inside. The air from the hall is cleaned in a  biological filter.
  • Optimized truck routes and schedules.
  • The trucks will be cleaned after every delivery.