biogas


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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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The Washington-based American Biogas Council is a trade association dedicated to creating jobs, environmental sustainability and energy independence by growing the American biogas industry.
Balkanika Energy PLC and Schmack Biogas GmbH, which is part of the Viessmann Group, are jointly implementing a biogas project in Velkovtski Village, Gabrovo municipality, Bulgaria.
It is also home to the first grid-connected biogas plant in Africa at Gorge Farm, a good stone's throw from the banks of Lake Naivasha, and its sizeable population of hippos.
The problems with the biogas digesters are being exacerbated by the growing size and intensification of livestock production units.
He said, the pilot project would be started from district Bahawalnagar of South Punjab and Kasur, under which 36 biogas tubewell plants would be given to small farmers of both these districts.
Biogas can be purified and upgraded to a quality similar to that of natural gas so that it can be input into natural gas grids.
So far, much of the effort is focused on two states with big dairy industries--New York and Wisconsin--where farmers and biogas producers are looking for ways to make money from manure and byproducts of cheese-making.
The Sokoto Energy Research center under Nigeria Energy Commission constructed and operated more than twenty [20] biogas plants of 10 to 20 [m.
An estimated 400 to 600m3 of biogas, a mostly harmful greenhouse gas, is emitted from Abu Dhabi's sewage sludge and municipal waste per annum, which will be captured and converted into energy soon thanks to a new project.
A FREE online course aims to educate dairy and pig farmers across Europe and Cyprus who may be sitting on a viable biogas business by processing one asset which is plentiful around their farms: manure.