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biogas-to-grid project Applications

  • Industrial and Commercial Solar

    Many businesses today are faced with rising energy costs and declining competitiveness. These are some of the reasons why companies are adopting the sustainable and affordable solution of producing their own renewable energy, selling the surplus electricity back to the grid. In Turkey, businesses can install renewable energy systems with a capacity of up to 1 MW without a license, or can apply for a government license to install systems with capacities above 1 MW. Both licensed and unlicensed projects, located...

    By Eko Renewable Energy Inc. (EkoRE) based in Istanbul, TURKEY.

  • Biogas recovery

    Collect valuable biogas from anaerobic digestion systems with a GTI gas collection cover. In waste-to-energy projects, the collected biogas can be used as a renewable fuel to generate process heat or electricity, helping to offset energy costs.

    By Geomembrane Technologies, an Evoqua brand based in Fredericton, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA).

  • Hydrogen solutions for power-to-gas sector

    In 2012, GP JOULE developed the power gap filler system to compensate for load fluctuations in the grid resulting from variations in the supply of wind and solar energy. PEM electrolysers convert excess green energy into hydrogen, which can be stored and fed back into the grid as required via a biogas-fired block-type thermal power station. This makes it possible to optimally integrate renewable energies into the electrical grid and offset and compensate for a lack of energy on days when there is little wind or...

    By H-Tec Systems GmbH based in Lübeck, GERMANY.

  • Biogas solutions for waste-to-energy industry

    SEBIGAS has developed specific solutions designed for industrial projects that use the organic component of solid urban waste for the production of electricity or biomethane.

    By Sebigas spa based in Olgiate Olona (VA), ITALY.

  • Biogas solutions for industrial sector

    Companies or medium-large industries have to do with different types of organic by-products coming from their production processes, as coffee, sugar, ethanol, fruit juice, soft drinks, dairy products, oil, rice and other cereals. These by-products are a cost for the company, both from environmental and economical point of view: the leftovers need to be stocked and then disposed. The construction of a biogas plant represent the most efficient solution, eliminating the cost of disposal and at the same time, utilizing...

    By Sebigas spa based in Olgiate Olona (VA), ITALY.

  • Solutions for the agriculture sector

    Sustainable energy from farm-based residue can be a valuable source of income for farmers. Many countries now actively promote biogas upgrading for use in the gas grid. We have found that a robust design and a simple operation works best for farms. 24/7 support further enhances the already very high level of reliability. Technological flexibility allows for a quick response to changing circumstances and the seizure of opportunities as they arise.

    By DMT Environmental Technology BV based in Joure (NL), NETHERLANDS.

  • Biogas measurement for the waste to energy industry

    In a recent project and the subject of this paper, Kurz engineers conducted a study that lead to a unique, new design that allows thermal flow meters to perform accurately within a wet digester gas environment. The testing environment applies to landfill and digester applications.

    By Kurz Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Utility-Scale Power Plants

    As is the case in many countries, utility-scale power plants that produce renewable energy at the megawatt level are eligible to receive the Turkish government’s support via financial incentives. These power plants, whose operating costs are much lower than those of conventional power plants, can sell renewable power to electricity distribution companies at a government-guaranteed price over a fixed period of time. Companies or individuals can invest in and develop both licensed and unlicensed renewable energy...

    By Eko Renewable Energy Inc. (EkoRE) based in Istanbul, TURKEY.

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