Industrialised countries commonly use biogas digesters where animal dung, and widely fuel crops are used as feedstock for large-scale biogas digesters. Interest and public support in large-scale biogas have been growing in most of the Asian Countries.
After a period of stagnation, caused by technical and economic difficulties, the environmental benefits and increasing price of fossil fuel have improved the competitiveness of biogas as an energy fuel.
Often large-scale biogas is upgraded to biomethane and can be fed into the electricity grid and enter the energy mix without consumers being aware of the change.
A select number of Indian firms have already begun doing so, while farmers who generate excess biogas on their farms make use of incentives to sell the electricity they generate from it to the main power grid. In India, electricity from large-scale biogas is an integral part of the energy market.
Our B-Sustain’s Biogas team of qualified and experienced professionals comprised of Engineers, Biologists, Doctorates, Business management specialists, and technocrats accompanies the client at every step of the project, starting from planning phase to construction down to the start-up of the biogas plant till its stabilization.
Is Large Scale Biogas Power Feasible?
The twenty-first century has been all about being ahead of others and using the latest technology gadgets. But little do we be aware of, while we are creating new novelty, we are running out of that basic energy that powers everything.
If we continue to increase our energy utilization, the major non-renewable energy sources are wanted to be extremely tired within this century. Further, the fossil fuel-based energy production damage nature in awful ways by causing global warming, air, water and land pollution.
In order to make sure our sustainability, we need to switch to ecological energy sources such as solar, wind, biogas, biodiesel, water etc. Among them, biogas could be the best sources for fuel in India, since it not only supply inexpensive fuel, but it also has a solution for proper organic waste disposal without causing any kind of pollution.
It is one of the fastest growing renewable sources of energy today. ‘Biogas’ is a term used for a mixture of gases produced by anaerobic digestion of the organic waste material. Major gases that consist of biogas are methane and carbon dioxide, which give it fuel like properties along with evidence of hydrogen sulfide and siloxanes.
- Reduces Global Warming & Carbon-footprint.
- The gas can be used for cooking, lighting, electricity generation & as a Transportation Fuel.
- Portable and maintenance free.
- A hygienic and useful way of waste disposal.
- Kills harmful pathogens & parasites.
- Highly safer than LPG.
- One time investment.