We protect the environment and natural resources! Whether we are generating renewable energies or boosting energy efficiency, we think holistically about all energy options and ensure that the approach is rational, economical, sustainable and responsible.
Energy derived from biogas has future potential. In biogas plants domestic and industrial waste, liquid manure or food residues are anaerobically decomposed. The biogas thus produced can be utilized in gas engines, for heating purposes or – after conditioning – inducted into the natural gas grid. We evaluate process techniques for mono- or co-fermentation as used in modern biogas plants in order to assure the best possible operation of the plants. We wish our commitment to be a contribution to the spread of this innovative and sustainable technique.
We design and install industrial wastewater fermentation plants. The advantages of anaerobic fermentation are obvious – it generates sludgefree utilizable biogas, which means a considerable reduction of CO2 emissions. In liaison with our industrial technology specialists, we strive for optimum solutions by combining wastewater treatment and energy production.
Combined power plants using regional wood waste are a significant alternative to conventional power plants. Electricity is generated through ORC plants or steam turbines in liaison with combustion of wooden chips. If a wood carburetor is being used, a gas engine may be an option for utilization of the composite gas. Thanks to our experienced engineers, we can provide thorough know-how in this new field of technology.
Small-size hydropower plants are trendsetters. Thanks to their size, there exists no residual flow problem or any other negative environmental effect. What is more – considerable amounts of energy are supplied into the grid. Our experts have already planned and realized hydropower plants in various places. It goes without saying that we develop tailor-made solutions.
While designing and planning biogas units, trial runs may sometimes be necessary. We posses the laboratory equipment to carry out a variety of tests to find out whether or not a substrate suits anaerobic decomposition and how much gas will be accumulated. If you‘d like to know more – we can come with our mobile pilot plant anytime you want to carry out in-situ fermentation substrate tests.
The fermentation of co-substrates in aerobic digesters of municipal sewage or other biogas plants can lead to a considerable increase in gas production. Together with our sewage technology experts, we are in a pole position not only to develop adjustments to wastewater treatment plants but also to greatly improve the energy balance sheet.