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DuoSphere - Biogas Storage

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.

Over the years, WesTech has supplied our customers with anaerobic digestion equipment that has added value to their plant operations. WesTech continues to provide valuable solutions with the DuoSphere™ Dual Membrane Gasholder. The DuoSphere™ offers innovative designs for digester gas storage and alternatives for conventional digester ...


Ultrastore - Membrane Gasholder Covers

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)

Alongside our well established line of steel digester covers, Ovivo also supplies the Ultrastore membrane gasholder covers. These PVC coated fabric membrane covers offer a high gas storage capacity for plants that desire to utilize their excess biogas for environmentally friendly electricity generation or the heating of buildings in addition to ...

Landfill - Gas Upgrading Plant

by Cirmac International bv

20 years of international experience Biogas from anaerobic treatment of wastewater sludge, organic solids and manure is a valuable sustainable energy source reducing global warming from fossil fuels. As the demand for alternative renewable energy sources is rapidly increasing, biogas will play an important part. Upgraded biogas, also known as ...

German Academy for Renewable Energy and Environmen - Course : "Biogas Plants"

by German Academy for Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology

15-19 September 2014 – Bad Hersfeld (Germany) Content This Biogas Plants course will consist of a theoretical aspect which includes lectures, presentations, and exercises mixed with a practical aspect where participants will have the chance to take part in a sight tour of a German biogas plant. These activities provide participants the opportunity ...

BioGasClean - Biogas - Renewable Energy from Organic Waste Streams

by BioGasClean

There is increasing focus on protecting the environment and exploiting renewable energy sources. It is now mandatory to treat industrial and agricultural waste streams before discharge. This applies to farms with livestock, food processing plants, breweries, palm oil mils, starch factories, ethanol distilleries, paper mills and municipal sewage ...

Biogas Plants

by Zorg Biogas AG

Biogas production is possible on biogas plants of very different scale. They can be small plants to produce energy for local needs or gigantic centralized Energy Parks for gas and electric power supply to public grid. Specially grown energy crops, agricultural industry wastes and many food wastes are all suitable for biogas production. Feedstock ...

German Academy for Renewable Energy and Environmen - Summer School : "Wind Energy, Solar Power & Biogas Plants"

by German Academy for Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology

ContentThis summer school will consist of three, one-week modules which combine theory and practice focusing on wind, solar, and biogas energy. Through lectures, presentations, and exercises participants will further their knowledge pertaining to renewable energy. Each module includes a highly valuable practical aspect where participants will have ...

Bioenergy

by wpd offshore GmbH

In addition to its business activities in the area of wind power, wpd AG is also paying close attention to the use of agricultural biomass for purposes of environmentally friendly power generation. A particular focus of attention here is the efficient production and use of biogas for generating both electricity and heat in decentralized facilities ...

Eisenmann - BIOGAS Green Waste Technology

by EISENMANN Corporation USA

Eisenmann’s proprietary BIOGAS Green Waste technology utilizes anaerobic digestion to convert high solid waste organics to biogas. The biogas can either be directed to a combined heat and power (CHP) system to produce electrical power or it can be cleaned/compressed and fed into the natural gas pipeline or utilized as a transportation fuel ...

Biogas

by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH

Pro2’s modern technologies take advantage of the fermentation process in natural and organic substances to generate energy using a fuel that is both efficient and environmentally sound: biogas. The mixture of methane and carbon dioxide provides approx. 5.5 kWh/m3 under normal circumstances and offers a clean alternative to fossil fuels with ...

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