The Global Methane Initiative will cover biogas production
As counselor of economic affairs of US embassy in Ukraine Shever Waltmer stated, the signing of declaration will enable Ukrainian government to share its experience and build necessary business connections. “The initiative will also cover the projects of methane production on city dumpsters and biogas production,” – commented Shever Waltmer.
NAER representative Nikolay Pashkevych is convinced, cooperation between US and Ukraine in methane production will benefit both countries. “Advancement of methane production process is not solemnly about effective energy consumption, it’s about the safety of mine workers,” – said Nikolay Pashkevych.
Igor Asyutov, CEO of “ZORG Ukraine,” international manufacturer of biogas plants, commented in his interview with Equipnet.ru: “Biogas consists of 60% of methane and 40% of CO2, while natural gas has 90% of methane and 10% of CO2. Purification of biogas makes it an equivalent of natural gas by its properties, although its cost is substantially cheaper and biogas remains an environmentally clean renewable energy.”
ZORG executes full range of engineering services within biogas industry. The company designs and builds biogas plants under German state-of-art technology and know-how license.
ZORG works on a global scale: company’s projects have been successfully implemented in Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Latvia, and Turkey.
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