Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants can make farmers less dependent on energy providers. International EnergyDecentral 2018 trade fair will show solutions for new and existing plants.
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Combined heat and power plants in agriculture
With 13 biogas projects built and 4 under construction, with a total power generation potential of 6.2 MW, the Chilean pig sector progresses steadily in its sustainable management programme.The Chilean pig sector bets on biogas
It is the first biogas plant in the west of France with a direct injection of biogas into the natural gas network.France: inauguration of the methanisation plant AgriBiométhane
The official approval of these products obtained from agricultural methanisation will allow the authorisation of their market entry in all the national territory.France: favourable verdict for the official approval of digestates
The goal of the government is to develop in France, in year 2020, 1,000 biogas plants at the farms.France encourages the building of biogas plants at the farms
Bioenergy: a door for the boost of the agricultural technology
Having cutting the edge technology and state of the art agricultural machinery makes possible to move forward to get greater efficiency rates. It also allows the increase of the energetic performance of resources such as biomass or biofuels.
From 18 to 20 May 2011, over 30 companies will bring the latest technologies and biogas management to Chinese visitors in Qingdao · More than 200 to attend the 2nd International Bio-Energy Conference on 19 May 2011Bio-Energy-Expo in China
Between 2008 and 2010, SAGARPA has economically supported the installation of 324 bio-digesters on swine and dairy farms, as well as slaughterhouses, resulting in production savings and generating electricity equivalent to 69 giga watts per year, thus preventing the emission of over 1,4 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.México bets on renewable energies for swine farms