biogas plants Equipment in St. Lucia

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Biomethane (NG)

by Energy & Waste Technologies     based in Barcelona, SPAIN

Biogas as vehicle fuel (BPA) or for NG grid. The biofuels development  as an alternative to the conventional fuels, is taking a fundamental rol at the urban transport, heavy and light vehicles. Its implementation is already a fact and poses an interesting promise for the future.

Eisenmann - Model BIOGAS-AG - Technology For Agriculture - Organic Waste to Energy using Anaerobic Digestion

by EISENMANN Corporation USA     based in Crystal Lake, ILLINOIS (USA)

Eisenmann’s BIOGAS-AG technology utilizes anaerobic digestion to convert manure and catch crops to energy. 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 alternative.

Biogas Plants

by MT-ENERGIE Srl     based in Conselve (PD), ITALY

Biogas plants offer the opportunity to combine the generation of energy with a sensible use of resources. The local production of sustainable energy from renewable raw materials available in the area, promotes the increase of national energy security while creating a diversified source of income for farmers. The Italian legislative framework for ...

RAUBIO - Fermenter Heating PE-Xa pipework

by REHAU Ltd     based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

RAUBIO fermenter heating pipework was specifically designed for the harsh operating conditions found in an anaerobic digester. The complete system is made of polymer to ensure highest operational reliability and minimal maintenance costs.

Model BIOGAS-TS - Thin Stillage Anaerobic Digester

by EISENMANN Corporation USA     based in Crystal Lake, ILLINOIS (USA)

The BIOGAS-TS anaerobic digester converts thin stillage (backset) and syrup created during ethanol production into biogas renewable energy with the following benefits: reduces the plant’s carbon footprint, improves operations without producing any external waste stream, reduces fermentation inhibitors, reduces non-fermentable solids ...

Biogas

by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH     based in Willich, GERMANY

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 ...

Biogas Plants

by Zorg Biogas AG     based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND

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 ...

BGX Solutions - Model M-3100 - Biogas Purification PSA Systems

by Xebec Adsorption Inc.     based in Blainville, QUEBEC (CANADA)

When upgrading biogas into an economical source of renewable energy, choose a compact XEBEC pressure swing adsorption (PSA) system featuring simple and reliable rotary valves and rapid cycle PSA technology. XEBEC’s PSA systems are being used worldwide to effectively remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from landfill, digester or well gas streams to ...

WELtec BioPower - Model 150 kW - Individual Systems

by WELtec BioPower GmbH     based in Vechta, GERMANY

The premium systems of WELTEC BIOPOWER GmbH fulfil the necessary criteria of EEG (German Renewable Energies Act) with regard to utilising thermal energy. As a result, operators of biogas plants may take full advantage of the increased cogeneration bonus with an electronic output of more than 150 kW. The modular design of the systems allows for ...

Landfill - Gas Upgrading Plant

by Cirmac International bv     based in Apeldoorn, NETHERLANDS

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 ...

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