Why should you invest into biomethane now?
- Higher efficiency than electricity valorization
- Less dependent from subsidized feed in tariffs
- Technical feasibility proven for more than a decade
- Wide range of biogas upgrading technologies available
- Overall increase in government incentives supporting biomethane
- Worldwide growing market for biomethane
- Extended independency from fossil fuel (imports)
- Utilization of existing infrastructure & gas filling stations
- Energy storage capability
- Generation of sustainable employment in rural areas
How we produce biomethane.
With our unique PowerRing digester, we can produce biomethane from a wide range of different feedstocks. Due to our optimal mixing technology, the feedstock is used in the most efficient way and BIOGEST plants are showing higher degradation rates than classic biomethane plants.
The compact design and concrete roof assure an insulation of the whole digester which leads to minimized thermal energy demand, thus reducing the amount of gas consumed to heat the digester. This significant difference directly translates to an increased amount of injected biomethane which results in revenues for the project.
BIOGEST has worked with many different gas upgrading manufacturers and has already installed many biogas plants worldwide, including several biomethane plants. We cater to the needs of each specific project by evaluating the different technology options with each clients.
BIOGEST Biomethane References
Oak Valley V, US: 108 Nm³/h CH4
Oak Valley I Extension, US: 140 Nm³/h CH4
Oak Valley I, US: 281 Nm³/h CH4
Bouy sur Orvin, FR: 460 Nm³/h CH4
Enerfee, FR: 400 Nm³/h CH4
Loue, FR: 130 Nm³/h CH4
Metha des Bosquets, FR: 140 Nm³/h CH4
Wittersheim, FR: 380 Nm³/h CH4
Metha Confolentais, FR: 125 Nm³/h CH4
Willand, UK: 550 Nm³/h CH4
Great Hele, UK: 520 Nm³/h CH4
Burton Agnes, UK: 550 Nm³/h CH4
Frogmary, UK: 550 Nm³/h CH4
Bilsthorpe, UK: 550 Nm³/h CH4
Enfield, UK: 550 Nm³/h CH4