The biogas generated from the fermentation of biogenic residues will be a key player to CO2 neutrality.
The methane concentration of biogas is about 50-60%, depending on the feedstock. To be fed into the natural gas grid or used as biofuel, the biogas needs to be conditioned to achieve natural gas quality with a methane concentration of 97%. This is where PÖTTINGER gas conditioning comes into play.
This environmentally friendly process achieves the parameters required for natural gas networks. This compact system is designed for approx. 15 Nm³/h, which corresponds to the annual heating energy required for 100 households. It is modularly expandable, scalable and can be used as a preliminary stage for the production of liquefied biogas.
Benefits and economic advantages
- Fossil fuel independence
- Important contributor to CO2 reduction and climate protection
- No environmentally harmful waste materials
- In-house use for CNG-powered motor vehicles by means of optional forecourt filling station
- Preliminary stage for LBG (liquefied biogas)
- Revenues from biogas utilisation
- Revenues from feeding into the gas grid