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Is a mixture of different gases that are produced by decomposing organic matter that has been collected from recycling processes. Bio gas is produced produced through anaerobic digestion using anaerobic organisms, which breakdown the organic matter in fermentation tanks. These tanks block out natural light and oxygen which are harmful to the breackdown process. To be able to sensibly and efficiently use bio gas, the process has to be controlled in a bio gas plant.
Bio gas primarily consists of Methane (CH4), ar 50-75% ,and Carbon Dioxide (CO2), at 25-50%. The Methane (CH4) content in particular is an importnat factor of the bio gas because the higher the Methane (CH4) content the higher the energy yield the bio gas will contain.
For the production of bio gas, a multitude of organic substances can be used. There are considerations that have to be made when deciding to use certain organic substances, these have to be based on individual circumstances. But the bio gas yield for each different organic substance will alter the efficiency of the bio gas plant have to be taken into consideration. Input Materials that are used successfully in Bio gas plants:
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Bio gas is a real allrounder and with a multitude of utilisation options, it is the only renewable energy resource that can be flexibly utilised.
Electricity: is generated throught the incineration of bio gas at the Combined Heant and Power plants or through ?
Heat: when the bio gas is incinerated at the CHP, heat is created along with the electricity. This heat produced can be used for heating the CHP site or directed to another purpose. With carerful utilisation of the heat, prodcued when incinerating the bio gas, the efficiency of the CHP can be considerably increased.
Natural gas: through various methods, bio gas can be cleaned of the undesirable compounds and be fed into the natural gas grid as Biomethane or Bio natural gas.
Fuel: bio-methane as a fuel provides large carbon dioxide (CO2) saving potential. With the addition of bio-methane to natural gas, the carbon dioxide output can be reduced considerably when compared to gasoline.
Bio gas has many options for use and is easly stored. Bio gas is far superior to other renewable energy resources. Bio gas can generate power continuously and it is independent of external factors, such as; the Sun, wind, water, weather.
Bio gas is the positive option for providing cleaner energy sources collected entirely from waste materials.