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  • WELTEC builds Biogas Plants in Greece

    Using the Energy Decentral within the framework of the Eurotier trade fair in Hanover, Germany, as a communication platform, the German biogas plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER is happy to welcome large numbers of visitors from abroad. No wonder: Meanwhile, the company boasts references in 25 countries. Commenting on the company‘s presence at the exhibition in Hanover, Jens Albartus, ...

    By WELtec BioPower GmbH

  • Hot microbes at Skövde Biogas

    In February this year the first feedstock was supplied to a new biogas plant in Skövde, Sweden. Since then biogas production has come underway proper and earlier this week a group of international visitors from China, Russia and Australia took a firsthand view on a trip organized as part of World Bioenergy. With a capacity of 3.8 MW or around 40 GWh per year, the new biogas plant in ...

    By Elmia AB

  • Earthwork starts at the new EnviTec biogas plant in the Czech Republic

    The Czech Republic is currently the strongest market for EnviTec Biogas in Central and Eastern Europe. Since its entry into the market in 2006, the biogas plant manufacturer from Lower Saxony (Germany) has set up a total of 19 plants with a total electrical output of 14 MW. And now it is adding yet another plant to this group: “With the planning and set-up of a 527 kW biogas plant, we are ...

    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • EnviTec Biogas to be represented at the IE Expo China in Shanghai

    Biogas technology "made in Germany" in Shanghai: For the second time already, the company from Lower Saxony is taking part in the IE Expo China. With 17 other exhibitors from Germany, the biogas all-rounder will be presenting its international expertise in plant construction and technology at the joint German stand from 20 to 22 May. Asia's largest environmental trade fair recruits exhibitors ...

    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • More research needed to tap Africa`s biogas potential

    Lack of local research is preventing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa producing energy from waste, according to a report.  The region has abundant raw materials for producing biogas. Waste and polluted water from industry — including slaughterhouse remnants, animal dung and sewage — can be converted into carbon dioxide and methane through anaerobic digestion. The biogas can be ...

    By SciDev.Net

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