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Biogas is a fixed component in the energy mix of the future and hence a reliable prospect in the long run.

Biogas is one of the most important components in new energies thanks to its storability and weather-independent production. It assures plant operators a source of revenue that can be steadily calculated for years – which can be important for the long-term prospect of a farm if nothing else.

Biogas is an important component in the energy mix of the future

 

Biogas is a fixed component in the energy mix of the future and hence offers long-term prospects. Other than wind and solar energy, biogas production does not depend on climatic factors. It is thus an all-time reliable source of energy. Biogas can also be stored and converted to energy at any time. As a power source, it can meet both base-load and peak-load requirements.

Long-term prospects for farms

 

Many farmers use biogas production to establish a second economic mainstay, thereby ensuring that their agricultural enterprises continue to flourish into the next generation. Because energy generated from biogas is not subject to price fluctuations, it represents a source of revenue that is reliable over 20 years at least.

No monocultures

 

All types of agricultural raw and residual materials can be used in our biogas plants. This assures farmers a healthy crop rotation and helps them prevent monocultures. Even catch crops, whole-plant silage and energy beets deliver top yields.

Biogas is the most versatile among renewable energies

 

Biogas can be used diversely – whether as a power source, for directly generating heat locally, for supplying heat via a pipeline or for feeding into the gas grid after processing. No other source of renewable energy is so versatile.

Added value for the region

 

Decentralised biogas production using independent resources strengthens the added value in rural areas. Using renewable resources effectively reduces the dependence on foreign energy imports, so that revenues remain in the region. More and more bioenergy villages are showing us how biogas can be used to get the most out of local synergies.

Valuable fermentation residues without smells

 

If a biogas plant is operated properly, there are no odour nuisances, since the produced gas cannot escape from the closed cycle. The fully fermented end product has a noticeably reduced odour after the fermentation process. As a fertiliser with a high nutrient content, these fermentation residues relieve farmers from purchasing expensive mineral fertiliser.

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Lars von Lehmden

Lars von Lehmden

Managing Director
EnviTec Anlagenbau
GmbH & Co. KG

+49 (0) 2574 8888-222
+49 (0) 2574 8888-800
l.vonlehmden@envitec-biogas.de