A Czech biogas plant heats kindergarten, primary school and cafeteria

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Courtesy of EnviTec Biogas AG

Location Lípa/Czech Republic

Capacity 526 kWel

In operation since 08/2008

Input materials Cattle liquid manure, maize silage

Features A local primary school is being heated using exhaust heat from a biogas plant. The entire electricity generated in the biogas plant in Lípa is sold to the state energy company EZ. The generated heat is used by the farm to heat a kindergarten, a primary school and a cafeteria in the town. To do this, the hot water from the co-generation unit is transported using a kilometre-long pipeline to the heat exchangers of the buildings. The plant in Lípa is a classic biogas plant designed for agricultural products and utilises approximately 7,000 tonnes of cattle liquid manure and 9,000 tonnes of maize silage per year.

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