Chesterfield BioGas appoints MD

Posted: Tuesday 21st February 2012

Biogas upgrading and refuelling equipment manufacturers Chesterfield BioGas Ltd (CBG) has appointed Stephen McCulloch as Managing Director.

He joined the organisation as Sales Manager in 2008 when it was first formed as a division of

Chesterfield Special Cylinders Limited (CSC). Prior to that Stephen had been in production and sales management positions at Doncasters Group Ltd.

When CBG became a separate operating company within the Pressure Technologies group in Autumn 2010, Stephen became Director of Business Development. It was around this time that a biogas upgrading plant supplied by CBG was at the heart of the system which made the first injection of gas produced from waste into the UK national gas grid.

Based in Sheffield, CBG provide solutions for the cleaning, storage and dispensing of biomethane, produced from wastewater treatment and anaerobic digestion of organic waste. The company also manufactures and installs permanent and temporary fuelling stations for vehicles operating on compressed natural gas.

Now, as MD, Stephen will drive the company’s growth derived from an increasing flow of projects in the UK. Staff numbers are progressively increasing as CBG has rapidly established itself as a market leader in this sector of renewable energy in the UK.

He has also recently assumed the Chairmanship of the Biomethane-to-grid Working Group at the Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association (ADBA) - a leading trade body in the renewable energy from waste sector.

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