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biogas

A gas produced by the biological degradation of organic material under anaerobic conditions, which consists primarily of methane and CO2, and smaller amounts of water vapour, nitrogen, hydrogen and other gases.
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Through a process called co-fermentation, Custom Bio-Gas mixes in other organic waste material besides manure, which has shown potential to dramatically increase yields.
PCRET has further undertaken research to use different bio-wastes for bio-gas production for commercial purposes.
Completion of the financing will now allow Intrepid to rapidly accomplish the expansion of the Whiteside facility and finish the Westpoint bio-gas plants.
Bio-gas is a recent innovation, something we ve been working on with Innovate UK.
The President PGP Anice Khan expressed satisfaction over the completion of first Bio-gas project at Kala Shah Kaku.
The animals' manure can be broken down in anaerobic digestion - without the presence of oxygen - to create a bio-gas.
By utilizing bio-gas instead of natural gas, the Haskell County plant will save the equivalent of 1,000 barrels of imported oil per day.
Mr Fink confirmed that hundreds of these bio-gas plants could be built around the UK and his company is now supplying the national grid.
Startech Environmental, JGC, Arkenol, BNRI, Mitsui, lithium ion batteries, TDK, Densei-Lambda, Kyocera, Osaka Gas, ceramics materials, solid-oxide fuel cells, co-generation systems, Kubota, Ebara, Sumitomo Heavy, Kawasaki Heavy, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy, bio-gas, wastewater, Nippon Chemi-Con, Nichicon, NEC Tokin, Yanmar, Shinko Zoki, Mitsubishi Heavy, and JP Steel Plantech.
Limited Tenders are invited for Annual Contract For Operation Of Bio-Gas Plant At Cisf Township, Thuruthumana
In a meeting with assistant director agriculture information Naveed Asmat Kahlon here, he said that alternate energy sources including solar energy, wind energy, coal energy, bio-diesel, bio-gas, hydrogen fuel cell, nano-technology, micro-hydro, molten salt technology could be helpful in countering energy crisis, says a release issued by media liaison unit of the Punjab agriculture department.
The meeting reviewed various projects to generate electricity through hydel, bio-gas and alternative sources of energy.