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BIOGEST Announces French Biomethane-RNG Projects (Intl.)
Date: 2021-06-04
Vienna, Austria-based BIOGEST reports it has contracted to construct two biomethane (RNG) plants in France that will use regionally sourced agricultural, poultry waste and by-products to produce RNG.

The first project, Enerfees, is located close to Rennes, joint by the Cooperative des Fermiers de Janze and ENGIE will produce 400 Nm3/h biomethane. The second project, Methagrilou,, near Le Mans will produce 130 Nm3/h of biomethane.

BIOGEST's biomethane plant technology offers significant advantages in energy efficiency and operational safety, as well as an easy and cost-efficient maintenance system. During the fermentation process of both projects 94,400 tonnes (in total) of waste/year are transformed into high-quality organic fertilizer that acts as a substitute for chemical products. According to the Biogest website. (Source: BIOGEST, Website PR, 1 June, 2021) Contact: Biogest, Martin Schlerka, CEO, +43 1 2260700,,

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Biogest Contracts for Turkish Biogas Plant (Int'l. Report)
Date: 2020-04-17
Klosterneuburg, Austria-based biogas plant developer Biogest Energie- und Wassertechnik GmbH reports it has contracted to construct an agricultural biogas plant in Akyurt, near Ankara, Turkey. The project in Akyurt is the company's first biogas plant in Turkey and was developed in cooperation with Ankara-based biogas specialist Enerlinc.

When fully operational, the 3.12 MW facility will utilize 270,000 tpy of cow slurry. (Source: Biogest, Bioenergy Insight, 16 April, 2020)Contact: Biogest, +43 2243 208400,; Enerlinc, +90 850 840 0246 ,

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Biogest Constructing First South Korean Swine Biogas Plant (Int'l.)
Date: 2019-08-14
Klosterneuburg, Austria-based biogas plant developer Biogest Energie- und Wassertechnik GmbH (Biogest) reports it is cooperating with South Korean renewable energy specialist HC Energy to construct its first biogas plant in the city of Changwon, South Korea.

The new plant will utilize Biogest PowerCompact technology to process swine waste for electric power and thermal energy production.

Biogest previously won the UK AD & Biogas Industry Award for "Best International Micro-Sale Plant" with its PowerCompact technology. (Source: Biogest, Bioenergy Insight, 13 Aug., 2019) Contact: Biogest, +43 2243 208400,

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