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Weltec Biopower Extends Existing AD Plant in France After 2016 French Feed-in Tariff Extension

Weltec Biopower has once again announced that it is extending one of their previously constructed biogas plants, at an Anaerobic Digestion Plant in France (Iffendic). This follows our previous article when, in September 2014, we wrote here in this blog, that biogas plant designer and construction contractor Weltec Biopower, had been awarded the 1.1 MW Piddlehinton […]

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Quick Test for Inhibitors in Biogas Substrates – New Weltec Biogas Inhibition Test Progress

A quick test for identifying inhibitors in Biogas Substrates is badly needed by the commercial biogas plant industry. Existing methods such as the Diary Farmer’s “Aerobic Plate Count” inhibitor test are not directly applicable to anaerobic biogas conditions, so a New Biogas Inhibition Test Method is badly needed. A major biogas plant systems provider WELTEC […]

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Biogas Plant Substrate Mixing During Fermentation Creates a Stir with AD Plant Operators

The importance of “creating a stir” in the fermentation tanks of fully mixed bio-reactors for better biogas yields, and improved process stability, is becoming better understood by many AD plant clients around the globe, as more Anaerobic Digestion Plants are being built and the biogas industry matures. A scan of world news on this subject revealed that […]

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UK Biogas Energy Targets and a New (Vegetable Producer’s) AD Plant Case Study

I was reading the Weltec Biopower Press Release, which follows below, and I also read the background note provided by their publicist. It explains how there are now lots of projects like the Anaerobic Digestion Plant described below, being built by Weltec BioPower and others, that are crucial to the UK’s plans to provide 15% of the nation’s energy […]

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