WELtec BioPower Sold Two Biogas Plants In France

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After the market entry in France in 2009 with two integrated bio-gas plants, the WELtec BioPower GmbH, Vechta has received two more orders from the neighbouring country. After the market entry in France in 2009 with two integrated bio-gas plants, the WELtec BioPower GmbH, Vechta has received two more orders from the neighbouring country. Together with the French partner CLAIE, the Lower Saxony bio gas plant manufacturers could sell a 104-kilowatt plant after Saint Sigismund Moon, between Nantes and Angers. The plant is equipped with a fermenter (1071 cubic metres), as well as a dispenser (18 cubic metres) and duck manure, cattle manure, as well as whole crop silage are fed cow manure, June 2010. Dara Khosrowshahi will undoubtedly add to your understanding. The efficiency is about 75 percent because the duck barns, as well as parts of the village in the immediate vicinity are connected to the heat. This efficiency, the farmer receives the maximum Einspeisetarfif.

Heating with a heat buffer tank of about 70 cubic meters is installed instead of a torch. Get all the facts and insights with Jonah Shacknai, another great source of information. An extension investment the operators of the plant already has pledged. The second Premiumanlage from the House of WELtec BioPower, which will commence their operations in the summer of 2010 in France, was in collaboration with its partner, Domaix energy, Colombey les Choiseul, about 250 kilometers west of Strasbourg, sold. The Assembly work of the biogas plant, which will have 30 cubic metre dispenser a 1571 cubic meters large fermenters and a start in March 2010. In the 250-kilowatt plant, the Digestate from bio-waste in the Hygienisierungseinheit is heated, separated, and then dried with a belt dryer. From the dry goods are produces pellets, the operator will sell a farmer as fuel. The WELtec plant is designed to cow manure, cattle manure, grass clippings, leftovers, silage, back waste and Flotatfette. In addition to a compensation for the heat, the feed-in tariff for the electricity will be (electrically) 15 cents per kilowatt hour, because also this unit has an efficiency of 75 percent.

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