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Press Releases from Renergon International AG (10 total)

China's largest Dry Anaerobic Digestion Facility in Operation

Over the last months, Renergon has been busy with the completion and commissioning of probably China's largest dry anaerobic digestion facility on Chongming Island, near Shanghai. The plant on Chongming Island treats 65,000 t/a of organic material. About 19,000 t/a wheat straw together with 46,000 t/a liquid pig manure are being processed. The plant has a zero water concept, which means that all liquid animal manure is consumed by the process,

Biogas from Waste for Energy Security

The current crisis clearly shows that there can be no "business as usual" in the energy sector. Not only because of climate protection but also because of rising raw material prices and dependence on fossil imports, rapid conversion of our energy sources is required. The order of the day: domestic production of renewable energy, and in relation to the gas grid as an ideal, cost-effective storage facility, the production of

Weber GreenTech invests in Renergon biogas technology as a pioneer of the energy …

Lengwil, Küsnacht, Markdorf July 21, 2021. Weber GreenTech AG, owned by the Markdorf-based Weber entrepreneur family, is becoming an operating partner and investor in Renergon International AG, a Swiss biogas technology company and recycling specialist for organic waste and residues. The merger will create a new major player in the construction and operation of organic waste processing plants, as well as in the field of "healthy soils" on the European market.

Biogas in Egypt - Huge Joint Venture For Dry Anaerobic Digestion Technology

Egyptian company, EnviroTaqa has signed a Partnership & Alliance contract with the Swiss company Renergon to become the exclusively licensed partner company in Egypt to utilize dry anaerobic digestion technology. The partnership aims to provide “state-of-the-art, turnkey technology solutions” for turning organic waste into renewable energy for producing both biogas and electricity as well as organic fertilizers. The partnership sets the tone of cooperation between the two organizations and contains several

Game-Changing Biogas Technology for India - a promising solution to the problem …

Punjab, India - Using funding from a Renewable Energy & Promotion in International Cooperation (REPIC) grant awarded by the Swiss federal government, BioShakti (India) is collaborating with Renergon (Switzerland) to introduce the use of dry anaerobic digestion in the city of Patiala. Over the past decade, the highest rate of rice straw burning in India has occurred in the state of Punjab, leading to significant atmospheric releases of methane and other

Anaerobic digestion of waste biomass - the climate-friendly energy source and ba …

The increasing substitution of fossil fuels, such as natural gas, by biogas, would dramatically improve the climate balance. In principle, there would be no shortage of climate-neutral biomethane. Biomass is probably the most underestimated natural and never-ending resource in the world. Waste incineration and landfill are representative of the globally prevailing linear economic system and contradict the principle of sustainability. The circular economy takes nature's material cycle as its model and attempts

"TOP 100 START-UP 2020" of the energy transition

Renergon receives the prestigious "TOP 100 START-UPS 2020" certification - from hundreds of selected companies from 88 countries. With this award, the German Energy Agency (dena) and the World Energy Council are honouring the most promising, innovative and inspiring start-ups of 2020, selected by a high-ranking jury and supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag. The #SET100 Initiative nominates the

Processing horse manure in biogas plants - a showcase project in Germany

It is impossible to imagine our society without the horse as a hobby and leisure partner. A horse produces up to 50 kg of manure per day. With about 1.2 million horses in Germany alone, this is an enormous amount. Not only the animal itself, but also its dung has become an economic factor. In Lehrte in Lower Saxony, the two farmers Adrian Bartels and Jens Boedecker recycle the horse

Processing horse manure in biogas plants - a showcase in Germany

It is impossible to imagine our society without the horse as a hobby and leisure partner. A horse produces up to 50 kg of manure per day. With about 1.2 million horses in Germany alone, this is an enormous amount. Not only the animal itself, but also its dung has become an economic factor. In Lehrte in Lower Saxony, the two farmers Adrian Bartels and Jens Boedecker recycle the horse

Swiss biogas pioneer tackles India's toxic air pollution

Every day millions of people in India's capital Delhi start their day in eye-burning smog. As pollution hits record-breaking levels, with toxins over 50 times accepted maximum levels, a farming method, known as stubble burning, is identified as a major contributor. Delhi's city authorities declared a public health emergency as wide regions are covered in thick and toxic smog, which poses a major threat to health and climate. Air pollution in

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