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Biogas technology is widely used world over since the last five decades. At the beginning the technology was driven by the upgraded value of digested agricultural waste as a fertilizer. During the last two decades, mainly after 1991 with the increasing tariffs of fossil fuels, the interest shifted towards energy production. Biogas is renewable and carbon neutral and thus reduces the dependence on expensive imported fossil fuels. In comparison to other power production methods biogas technique is a very good option for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions. Biogas Energy Farmers are able to become fully energy self sufficient. From 100 % energy content only 12 % are needed to run the plant and only about 10 % energy is lost during CHP process. About 78 % of the energy content can be sold in form of power and heat. If the biogas is upgraded to biomethane and injected to the gas grid the efficiency will raise up to more than 80 %, thus makes it a profitable business proposition.
Biogas is being collected and used to generate electricity or steam at many landfills, wastewater plants and breweries However, many opportunities for biogas production are yet to be implemented. Until recently, the low cost of fossil fuels has hindered implementation of biogas production. The interest in biogas has further increased today due to global efforts of displacing the fossil fuels used for energy production and the necessity of finding environmentally sustainable solutions There is a limited awareness of the potential and advantages of biogas production by citizens, government officials, and in the business sector that has limited interest in biogas production. More education, demonstration and investment in biogas technology would help overcome these barriers. The use of biogas supports the objectives planned by the government of many countries. In fact Europe has planned to make 20% of their renewable energy coming from biogas as their energy source by 2020.
Biogas installations processing agricultural substrates are some of the most important applications of AD today. Biogas is a carbon neutral way of energy supply. The substrates from plants and animals only emit the carbon dioxide they have accumulated during their life cycle and which they would have emitted also without the energetic utilization. On the whole, electricity produced from biogas generates much less carbon dioxide than conventional energy. 1 kW of electricity produced by biogas prevents 7,000 kg CO2 per year.

Other environmental benefits are:
  • Reduction in the emission of methane into the open air which is also a green house gas
  • Establishing a decentralised energy supply and fostering energy independence
  • Providing high quality fertilizers
  • Reducing unpleasant local odours
  • Strengthening regional economies and creating added value.

To make the world a better place to live in by the development of economic, efficient and environmental friendly energy technology solutions.


To create environmental sustainability and energy independence through the growth of the biogas industry thus reducing the dependence n fossil fuels.


Biogas is the one of the only technologically fully established

renewable energy source that is capable of producing heat, steam, electricity, vehicle fuel and other valuable byproducts. It is, in the true sense of the word, a dynamic energy source. Biogas has become a fuel to be looked forward to. This growth has begun over the last two decades.

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