Biogas plants

Biogas plants

A local supply chain that reconciles energy and agriculture

Biogas is the result of a process whereby biomass is digested by anaerobic bacteria. Biomasses are obtained from dedicated crops and by-products from the agro-food and livestock sectors. The biogas produced in this way feeds a cogenerator that produces electrical and thermal energy.

At the end of the process, a biological digestate is obtained with a high agronomic value that is useful for soil fertilisation.

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Ready for 2050

Investing in the conversion of plants to biomethane

The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRP) submitted to the European Commission decisively addresses the topic of biomethane, leading to an entirely new scenario that opens up important developments in the liver industry.

Biomethane is a viable alternative to importing natural gas and can be produced locally as a result of a purification process of biogas obtained from the anaerobic digestion of biomass. The renewable gas produced in this way can be fed into the national transport network for delivery and use by national consumers.

Renewable biofuels

Producing methane from biological processes is possible, and turns an organic raw material into a renewable biofuel.

Use of by-products and bio-fertilisation of agricultural land

Biomethane is produced through the anaerobic digestion of sustainable biomass, not in competition with food production and the production of organic fertiliser for agriculture.

Feed-in and guarantee of renewable origin

Each consumer can choose to use methane from renewable production, as biomethane production is fed directly into the grid.