Raw Biogas Articles

  • 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

  • Project Äänekoski, Finland - Case Study

    START-UP / COMMISSIONING: February, 2017 CAPACITY: 250 Nm³/hr raw biogas (future: 350 Nm³/hr raw biogas) 150 Nm³/hr biomethane (future: 210 Nm³/hr biomethane) METHANE CONCENTRATION RAW BIOGAS: 60% METHANE CONCENTRATION PRODUCT GAS: 97% EFFICIENCY: 99.5% TYPE INSTALLATION: PurePac Compact This biogas ...


    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

  • Project Beerse, Belgium - Case Study

    A biomethane installation was realised for a waste management organisation for several municipalities in the north of Belgium. This is Bright Biomethane’s first project in Belgium and also the first biomethane plant in the country. The biomethane system uses membrane technology to upgrade the biogas to 91 Nm3 biomethane per hour, equivalent to the annual natural gas consumption of 350 ...


    By Bright Biomethane

  • 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 Den Hoorn, Netherlands - Case Study

    Bright Biomethane has built a biogas upgrading installation at the largest wastewater treatment plant in the Netherlands, one of the largest in Europe, situated in Den Hoorn. This is Bright Biomethane’s second installation for the same client. This versatile installation makes use of an innovative pretreatment system which delivers biogas to several processing systems – the biogas ...


    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

  • The gas upgrading plant in Forst (Germany) - Case Study

    Location: Forst (Germany) Capacity: 1,9 MWel Input materials: Poultry droppings, renewable resources Features: Production of 700 Nm³ biomethane, 60,000 MWh green energy, 549 kWel CHP; New design: horizontal cartridge system Horizontal membrane configuration: space-saving and ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • The gas upgrading plant in Beetzendorf (Germany) - Case Study

    Location: Beetzendorf (Germany) Capacity: 350 m³/h biomethane Inputmaterials: Pig slurry, poultry manure, maize silage, grass silage Features: Plant delivers ca. 36 million kilowatt hours (kWh/a) of green energy and can supply 1,800 households with gas 36 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of green energy per ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • Biogas monitoring for upgraded biomethane - Case Study

    By working with partners worldwide, Geotech is involved in a range of projects at the cutting edge of biogas production and processing. The latest of these is a landmark deal agreed between Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Future Biogas, a major anaerobic digestion plant operator, for the purchase of biomethane certificates. The deal sees M&S purchase 35,000 Mega-Watt hours (MWh) of ...

  • Biogas upgrading: Membrane separation takes over

    Abstract Due to governmental incentives and growing environmental awareness, it becomes increasingly attractive to upgrade biogas to natural gas quality and inject it into the natural gas grid or to use it as transport fuel. In this way, the biomethane can be utilized with the highest energy efficiency. Progressively, effort is being put into the utilization of organic waste streams in ...

  • Biogas in Asia

    The development of biogas production and monitoring has had many twists and turns, from its early days in Germany to the heady days of support through the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).   The fall in the price of carbon credits, which rewarded reduction in emissions of methane (CH4) - a potent greenhouse gas - and use of methane from waste as renewable energy, has hit Asia ...

  • Biogas cleaning / conditioning - A requirement for optimal functioning of CHP systems

    Biogas is obtained through the anaerobic decomposition (putrefaction) of organic matter. It contains methane (CH4) in varying proportions, ranging from 35% to 70%, a proportion which largely depends on production methods and the materials involved in the process. This methane concentration is what enables biogas to be used as fuel. The release of methane into the atmosphere contributes to an ...


    By Energy & Waste S.l

  • Dreyer & Bosse deliver renewable energy CHP project to Sofia in Bulgaria

    The Sofia council decided to invest in renewable energy to make use of the many tons of biowaste (vegetative material),  20,000 tons per annum, from the waste removal collections that take place daily in Sofia and surrounding area. To make this possible it was decided to go for wet fermentation where the substrate or raw material ferments and the biogas is collected. After three weeks the ...


    By Wolf Power Systems GmbH

  • Biogas-to-biomethane upgrading plant

    Chesterfield BioGas (CBG) supplied the UK’s first biogas upgrading plant to produce clean biomethane for direct injection into the national gas grid for use by all consumers. The project was successfully completed and gas injected into the national grid at the wastewater treatment site of Thames Water site at Didcot, Oxfordshire in October 2010. This achievement was a benchmark moment for ...

  • Biogas as an option for industrial applications

    Biogas is typically burned to produce electricity or used as vehicle fuel. This case study analyses possibilities to utilise biogas directly in industrial applications to replace current fossil raw materials. True industrial cases are analysed by considering economic impacts of using either landfill gas or gas produced from biomass. Utilisation of biogas is economically viable and technically ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Harnessing biogas for energy savings

    For Santa Cruz Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF), dependability matters. Since 1989, this state-of-the-art WWTF, nestled in a shallow canyon in the coastal city of Santa Cruz, Calif., has been leading the way for renewable energy programs and environmental protection in the West. Santa Cruz WWTF generates its own electric power by using internal combustion engines that burn a mixture of ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Biogas upgrading using the DMT Carborex® PWS Technology.

    Abstract Gas is an excellent fuel for a large number of applications and can also be used as raw material for the pro- duction of chemicals. Biogas can be used in more or less all the applications that are developed for natural gas. For some of the applications biogas may have to be upgraded. Injection of biogas into the natural gas grid will result in an improved security of supply. This ...

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