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Recent News & Developments in Biogas Engines

Clarke Energy has the monopoly in online news releases in this market for the last few months, with biogas engines supplied for sites in the UK, and Kenya, as below: In early 2013 Clarke Energy supplied and commissioned a 3 MW biogas engine at Agri-gen’s Rendlesham anaerobic digestion plant at Bentwater Park, Ipswich. This facility digests energy […]

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BioWayste`s £2m High Rate Anaerobic Digestion Plant to Treat Brocklesby Ltd Effluent Streams

BioWayste (UK AD & Biogas stand E101) and Brocklesby Ltd of North Cave near Hull, are delighted to announce the signing of a Build Own and Operate contract for 6 years to provide green electricity and heat from BioWayste’s £2M high rate anaerobic digestion process technology. In a landmark move, Brocklesby Ltd. have chosen BioWayste […]

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What are Biogas Plants – Explained with Examples

A biogas plant is where biogas is produced. Biogas is a gas mixture which is generated when organic compounds are fermented in the absence of air (anaerobic fermentation). This gas mixture is mainly made of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4). Methane is a combustible gas, which means it can be burned. It can be […]

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