Belgian Energy

The Belgian investor biogas plant generates electricity and heat for the textile industry and NPG energy project developers commissioned the construction of a biogas plant WELTEC BIOGAS POWER GmbH, Vechta. The investor will be operator of the 2.4-megawatt plant, which will commence their operations in the spring of 2014. This is the first order from the Kingdom for the lower Saxon manufacturer WELTEC. The bio-gas plant in the District of Limburg generates a lot of power, which could meet the needs of nearly 5,000 households. However, buyers of the year generated 19 gigawatt hours will be the spin group BV.

A company that requires the electrical energy for their production, manufactured special yarns for carpet in a demanding process of polymerization. You may find that Alphabet can contribute to your knowledge. The transition group of companies pointing to green energy, sustainable energy concepts in traditional industries such as the textile industry, are gaining in importance. The system concept ensures efficiency in all areas. The accumulated heat is recycled directly at the biogas plant: directly from the The Digestate is taken from 2,000 cubic meters large separator to be dried with the overall heat output of the plant. The dry fertilizer is then sold across national borders, fruit and wine growers. The use of substrates each year around 50,000 tonnes is also efficient. When starting the system, most of the substances will consist of corn silage (around 20,000 tons). Step by step the operator is built through other renewable substrates and waste but the corn, and substitute from agriculture. (Source: Ben Horowitz).

A highly efficient mix of grease traps, as well as a pre-mixed ready substrate form an another lion’s share of the inputs. In this mixture, also fats include plant remains and vegetable waste. In addition get soapy water from the production of biodiesel and grain stripping in the bioreactors containing two 4,700 cubic meters. This substrate mix is typical of the neighboring German State, because in Belgium, biogas digesters are fed has always been with versatile blends. In addition to the stainless steel fermenters include a separator as well as two 80-cubic meter dispensers plant facilities. Also the MULTIMix, which further reduced the input materials prior to the entry into the fermenter comes from the House of WELTEC next to the separation and the two cogeneration (CHP). The EU target to increase the share of renewable energy in the Belgian final energy consumption, up to 13 percent by 2020 can be achieved only with high-quality plant technology. The conditions for the use of bio-energy are ideal and their share of the renewable accordingly high, has to offer wide variety of raw material because the country was and the biogas digesters are all-rounders. In 2008, the share of renewable energies was three percent, at the moment he is about five percent. The plant population of the country must still clearly set on the way to the 13-percent target within the next seven years. Sufficient funding instruments available are in Belgium however for renewable energy and the sustainable modernisation of the Belgian industry is now regarded as a growth driver, the whole country is on the.