biogas plant Articles

  • Public Toilet with Biogas plant

    Naivasha  is  a  small  town  located  at  the  shores  of  Lake Naivasha  about  80 km  north  of  Nairobi. The  town  cover  an area  of  30  km2  and  has  a  population  of  approx. 70,000 people. The excreta management in the town relies mainly on pit ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Biolimp siloxa for plant for biogas cleaning

    The biogas produced in a digester, landfill or waste water plant is normally treated in order to remove water, H2S, dust and/or CO2. The choice of the cleaning method employed and the compound to be removed depends on the type of end use of the gas. This paper focuses on desing, star up and operation of biogas cleaning plant for removal dangerous component (water, H2S, NH3, siloxane and ...


    By Energy & Waste S.l

  • Renewable energy from Biogas plant

    Earths is sick and needs to be fixed. This simple message is enough for every body alive to be involve in fixing our home. Constatnt pollution of our evironment by fossil fuels ,humaan activities have degraded our ozone, allowing greenhouse gases to deplet the ozona and occupy our atmosphere.The damages caused by fossil fuel can not be overemphasized,as more and more problems and global warming ...


    By OSMARTEX & COMPANY NIG LTD

  • Biogas plant in Teterow - Case Study

    Biogas plant in Teterow in its final stage! The biogas plant of EnD-I’s subsidiary „EnD-I Loick Bioenergy GmbH, Cologne“, built together with the municipality of Teterow and other partners will soon start its test run. This plant has a capacity of 2 MW el. and is only the first of many to come. GLS Tanks scope of supply does include the delivery, erection, ...


    By GLS Tanks International GmbH

  • High performance biogas plants for organics waste diversion

    Wild fluctuations in prices for agricultural products and mushrooming prices for energy can greatly influence the economics of biogas plants. Long term reliable profitability calculations are becoming increasingly difficult. Generally speaking, however, rising energy prices have a positive effect on the economics of well designed biogas projects. By selecting low cost feedstock, the profitability ...


    By Eisenmann

  • Biogas Plant in Verneuil, Dairy Cooperative - Case Study

    In 2014, the dairy cooperative of Lochoise region, has awarded Clarke Energy the installation of a cogeneration module on its anaerobic digestion site, located at Verneuil-sur-Indre in Indre et Loire. The biogas plant which was established in 2014, consumes discharges from milk production, the wastewater treatment ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Idex Environnement’s Biogas plant at Amiens - Case Study

    The Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant in Amiens is operated by Idex Environment. The biogas is derived from the municipal solid waste (MSW) originating from the local area. Clarke Energy has delivered a full turnkey installation for this site, creating renewable energy. The engines supplied for this project are two JGMC ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Energy and environmental benefits of family biogas plants in India

    The potential of family biogas plants in providing viable solutions for clean rural energy, indoor air quality, fast-depleting reserves of fossil fuels, and mitigating global warming impacts of residential cooking is widely acknowledged. As a result, many developing countries such as India, China, and Bangladesh have integrated family biogas plants in their national energy planning and policies. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Brima Sagar Distillery Biogas Plant - Case Study

    Brima Sagar Maharashtra Distilleries Limited(erstwhile Brihan Maharashtra Sugar Syndicate Ltd)has been producing and distributing spirits & alcohol since the last 50 years. Their production plant situated at Shreepur in the Solapur district of Maharashtra uses molasses to produce alcohol. The distillery effluent is ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Portable biogas bottling plant: a practical approach for using biogas as transportation fuel in rural areas

    Biogas contains about 65% methane, 30-35% carbon dioxide, traces of hydrogen sulphide and moisture. It has been observed that diesel engines get severely damaged when operated on biogas for long duration. Presence of these corrosive gases make biogas unsuitable for transportation application. By removing CO2 and trace acidic gases like H2S and moisture, biogas can be converted into natural gas ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Exergy analysis of solar energy assisted biogas plants for Turkey

    The energy quality of solar energy assisted biogas plants established in Izmir, Turkey was investigated in this study via exergy analysis. This study was assisted together with other energy and economy analysis of these plants. Firstly, the plant was operated at mesophilic temperature region and it was continuously fed with cattle manure. The biogas efficiency reached a value as high as 1.3 ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A Czech biogas plant heats kindergarten, primary school and cafeteria

    Location Lípa/Czech Republic Capacity 526 kWel In operation since 08/2008 Input materials Cattle liquid manure, maize silage Features A local primary school is being heated using exhaust heat from a biogas plant. The entire electricity generated in the biogas plant in Lípa ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • The DMT Carborex® MS Small scale biogas upgrading plant

    Introduction As we are all aware, fossil fuels are depleting rapidly and the energy consumption is growing. Due to increasing fossil fuel prices other types of fuels become more interesting. Nowadays technology enables us to use renewable fuels in an economically profitable way. An easy technique to produce fuel is the digestion of green waste; sewage sludge, manure and agricultural ...

  • Tamar Energy’s Basingstoke Biogas CHP Plant - Case Study

    Tamar Energy’s Basingstoke anaerobic digestion (AD) facility is located in Hampshire. It was commissioned in 2013. The AD plant converts food waste into biogas. This renewable fuel generated is used on-site (power and heat) and the electricity is exported to the national grid, reducing carbon emissions while improving the environment. The Basingstoke site is one of Tamar Energy’s ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • The Benefits of Biogas Conditioning

    Abstract Anaerobic digestion is quickly becoming the choice technology for sewage sludge treatment at wastewater treatment plants, as the methane rich biogas produced is a valuable resource which can be used to generate electricity. In the oxygen restricted environment, a natural by-product of the anaerobic process is hydrogen sulfide, a harmful contaminant. Also present in the biogas are ...


    By Biorem Technologies Inc.

  • CHP efficiency for biogas

    Combined heat and power plant efficiency is a function of the conversion efficiency of the energy in the fuel gas to useful energy in the form of electricity and heat. A combined heat and power (CHP) plant is typically a reciprocating gas engine that uses the energy in the gas to drive a crank shaft. The crank shaft turns an alternator to ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Cleaning biogas with bacteria

    Organic materials added to an anaerobic digester commonly contain sulphur components. During the anaerobic digestion process, the sulphur is converted into hydrogen sulphide (H2S), which is absorbed by the biogas. When the biogas produced in an AD plant goes on to be combusted in a gas engine or boiler, the H2S will give off sulphur dioxide (SO2) and sulphuric acid ...


    By Biogasclean A/S

  • Basics Of Biogas Upgrading

    Several powerful incentives are driving biogas generators to consider upgrading their biogas to meet standards for pipeline injection and vehicle fuel markets. Producing renewable natural gas (RNG) can create opportunities to monetize lucrative RIN, or renewable identification number, credits under the federal Renewable Fuel Standard and generate carbon credits under state supported low carbon ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Infinis uses eSight for load balancing across their UK biogas plants

    Infinis is the UK‟s largest independent generator of renewable power from biogas, producing 10% of the nation‟s total green energy. They operate 80 sites across the UK, employing over 200 people. The Requirement One of the naturally occurring products of decomposing organic matter in landfill sites is gas. Around 60% of landfill gas is methane; a highly potent ...


    By eSight Energy Ltd

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