Biogas and biomass will come to play an even greater part in the green energy supply of the future. This will now be clearly evident at Agromek 2018, where a large section will be established for exhibitors who are engaged in biogas or biomass.
Agromek’s Director Claus Hermansen has stated: “Today, there is a considerable focus on bio energy. We are therefore pleased to be in a position to present almost 20 exhibitors within the fields of biogas and biomass. This will be a unique section at Agromek where farmers and other interested parties can gain an update on the latest developments concerning biogas and biomass.”
One of the exhibitors in this newly established section is Ammongas A/S. This company produces upgrading systems in which the CO2 is separated from the biogas so that the gas can be applied in the natural gas network.
Sales Coordinator Alexander Ryhl, Ammongas has stated: “We are very enthusiastic that Agromek has established this biogas section. This is the right place for us and is clearly designated for our technology.” He hopes that even more people will be interested in the possibilities involved in upgrading biogas so that this green energy can be stored in the natural gas network.
Alexander Ryhl continued: “We exhibit at Agromek because many of our potential customers and cooperative partners, both domestic and foreign, attend the exhibition. We want to inform them of the possibilities gained from our upgrading system which is normally integrated in new biogas systems.”
There will also be trade sessions held in the Agromek biogas section regarding framework conditions, biogas production, biomass types, etc. These sessions will be arranged, for example, by the Biogas Trade Association.
Frank Rosager, Director of the Biogas Trade Association has stated: “We fully support Agromek’s initiative because we hope that this can contribute towards even more people being aware of biogas and the inherent advantages to be gained by the farming community.”
He pointed out that Danish companies are leading the field regarding biogas production systems which are based on slurry and waste matter for the production of green energy.
Frank Rosager continued: “A new energy bill has just been passed in Denmark. We are very satisfied with this new situation because it will facilitate an expansion of biogas production. We anticipate that, by the year 2024, at least 20 percent of the Danish gas consumption will originated from biogas.”
Agromek 2018 will be held during the period 27th – 30th November in the MCH Exhibition Centre in Herning, Denmark.
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