Bioenergy Articles

  • Project 4Biomass - Case Study

    Fostering the Sustainable Usage of Renewable Energy Sources in Central Europe – Putting Biomass into Action! – The Project 4Biomass, funded by the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme, will foster the sustainable use of bioenergy throughout Central ...

  • Project GreenGain - Case Study

    GreenGain is a European project started in 2015 which is looking for solutions to increase energy utilisation of biomass feedstock coming from landscape conservation and maintenance work carried out in public interest.The greenGain project is funded by EU program for research and innovation Horizon 2020. The lead partner is Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V from Germany. It brings together ...

  • Project Waste housekeeping and dissemination - Case Study

    Capacity building for the support of fulfilling the waste management plan of municipalities and regions with the participation of public in the Regions of Plzeň and South-Bohemia. The aims of the projects are the education and cooperation in household waste. The project is exceptional by connecting the experts from non-governmental environmental and business field with regional ...

  • Project BioCaBa - Case Study

    The project "BioCaBa" aims at extending the value chains of biomass utilization in Cauca Valley (Colombia) and Bavaria. In this project Umweltcluster Bayern collaborates with partners from the scientific sector as well as companies and the Bioenergy Cluster in Cali. Together, they will evaluate the ...

  • RHEINISCHE BIOESTER - Anaerobic wastewater treatment in biodiesel production - Case Study

    Some processes during the production of biodiesel, such as glycerine evaporation, fatty acid and methyl ester drying (vapour condensate), generate wastewater which is highly contaminated with organic substances. The most significant substances in the wastewater are glycerine, methanol and free fatty acids. EnviroChemie supplies biological wastewater treatment plants with biogas recovery for the ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Marine cultivation technology opening the door to the rich sources of clean energy in our oceans

    Despite the growing demand and supply of renewable energy sources, we still rely on fossil fuels for much of our global energy. But deep below the ocean, there is a source of clean carbon energy waiting to be harvested, which will go a long way to reducing our dependence on oil, gas and coal – seaweed. A recent study in Nature Geoscience estimated that seaweed floating down to ...


    By Marine BioEnergy, Inc.

  • How RFS Biofuel Mandates Drive Imports

    It should come as a surprise to congressional supporters of the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA), that their 2007 votes to expand the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) to advance “homegrown energy” would lead to historic U.S. imports of biodiesel. Here’s a look at how exactly that’s happening: Though the conventional requirement can be met with various biofuels, ...

  • Project Oy Pohjanmaan Biokaasu - Österbottens Biogas Ab - Kokkola, Finland - Case Study

    Client: Oy Pohjanmaan Biokaasu - Österbottens Biogas Ab Location: Kokkola, Finland 2011 - 2012 The biogas plantwas constructed for solid waste treatment. The Contract included all the works related to the construction of a biogas plant: area works, construction works, HVAC-works, piping works, mechanical and electrical works, and instrumentation. ...


    By Econet group Ltd.

  • Fuel Production

    In the processing of regenerative energy carriers like biofuel, wood, waste fraction with high heat value, or animal meal to synthetic gas, the carbon dioxide has to be removed. The gas is forwarded by a compressor to an absorption cell, where it flows up through a support medium aggregate. This aggregate is being sprayed from above with water that is conveyed by a ...

  • New technology enables biogas optimization

    The Vaisala stand, 016 in hall D6, at the Ecomondo Green Technology Expo in Rimini, Italy, 5-8 November 2019, will feature Vaisala’s new Ex certified in-line multigas measurement instrument, the MGP261. With this technology, biogas plant operators will, for the first time, be able to optimize the production of high quality biogas in real-time, and thereby derive greater value ...


    By Vaisala

  • Altaca Energy Projects Gönen Renewable Energy Facilities - Case Study

    One of the most important factors behind the success of our integrated energy and fertilizer facility in Gonen, which is both an environmental project and a project that provides a significant added value to the Turkish economy, is that it has an organic liquid fertilizer factory that can processes liquid wastes coming from the biogas plant. The plant was completely designed and constructed by ...


    By Altaca Energy

  • Meram Renewable Energy Facilities - Case Study

    Our Meram Renewable Energy and Organic Fertilizer Complex is currently under construction on 80,000 m2 of land within the boundaries of Meram District of Konya Province, Turkey. The below units will be fully integrated within the complex which is planned to be completed in the second half of ...


    By Altaca Energy

  • Biogas Plant - Case Study

    The first unit of the integrated system at the Gonen Renewable Energy Complex consists of a state of the art biogas plant. Our biogas plant, which achieves the highest capacity utilization rate in Turkey, both generates electricity and produces raw materials for the CatLiq and Organic Fertilizer ...


    By Altaca Energy

  • Where To Find A Palm Shell Charcoal Machine for Sale

    One energy-efficient charcoal creating machine is named a palm shell charcoal machine. These can easily convert this organic substance into briquettes that may be earned as a type of clean energy. Far distinct from charcoal which is taken from the ground, this really is considerably more dense and burns better. ...

  • Project Deurningen, Netherlands - Case Study

    A PurePac Mini biogas-to-biomethane upgrading system was installed in Deurningen, adjacent to a Microferm plant, generating biogas from cow manure. The installation produces 40 Nm3 green gas (biomethane) per hour, and 350,000 Nm3 a year, which is sufficient for the average gas consumption of 220 Dutch households. The produced biomethane is injected directly into the national gas grid. The ...


    By Bright Biomethane

  • Project Assen, Netherlands - Case Study

    Bright Biomethane has developed an installation in Assen for upgrading biogas to a methane-rich product gas which can be injected into the gas grid. This installation is able to separate methane and carbon dioxide with a very high efficiency and to a very high methane concentration. In this project a small scale biogas upgrading unit is placed to upgrade biogas from the sewage plant to the ...


    By Bright Biomethane

  • Project Alphen-Chaam - Case Study

    YEAR OF COMMISSIONING: 2019 CAPACITY: 450 Nm³/hr biogas 300 Nm³/hr biomethane METHANE CONCENTRATION IN RAW BIOGAS: 55-60% METHANE CONCENTRATION IN PRODUCT GAS: 89% EFFICIENCY: 99,5% TYPE INSTALLATION: PurePac Medium Bright Biomethane installed a PurePac Medium biogas upgrading system at a farm in Alpen-Chaam, as part of ...


    By Bright Biomethane

  • Project Almere, Netherlands - Case Study

    START CONSTRUCTION: April 2016 START-UP: February 2017 CAPACITY: 850 Nm³/hr raw biogas 550 Nm³/hr biomethane METHANE CONCENTRATION RAW BIOGAS: 55-60% METHANE CONCENTRATION PRODUCT GAS: 89% EFFICIENCY: 99,5% CO2 LIQUEFACTION CAPACITY: 600 kg/hr CO2 PURITY: >99.97% (food grade) For project ...


    By Bright Biomethane

  • Qualvista Biogas Monitoring completes trial run in WWTP in Oregon U.S. Case Study

    Clean Methane Systems and Qualvista have succesfully completed a four-month trial of next generation biogas and siloxane monitoring technology at the City of Gresham WWTP. Clean Methane Systems (http://methanesys.com) is the sales and service partner of Qualvista in North America. ...


    By Qualvista Ltd.

  • Danish Biogas plant preparing for dynamic FeCl2 dosing Case Study

    The operator of a Danish biogas plant is preparing to start dynamic FeCl2 dosing to cost-optimise the plant’s 3-stage desulphurisation process. Measuring in the wet and unprocessed biogas right after an anaerobic digester, a SulfiLoggerTM H2S sensor provides continuous H2S data, enabling the operator to adjust the injection rate of FeCl2 to ...

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