Because we want to make our blue planet a greener place
Biogas can help close the gap in the green energy supply. Because when there is no wind, and when the sun doesn’t shine, we need a sustainable alternative to make the ends meet. This alternative is biogas, and that’s exactly what we are working for.
The biogas process
Biogas production uses the methane contained in organic material. Methane can replace natural gas and is also the cheapest way to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gasses from agriculture. Actually, degassed livestock manure is more efficient and less damaging to the aquatic environment than unprocessed manure.
An efficient process
During the processing of biogas, organic waste is transformed into green energy by using the greenhouse gases methane and nitrous oxide, which are up to 35 times more hazardous than CO2. Methane can be transmitted directly into the gas network instead of natural gas, and the degassed organic material can be uses as manure in the fields.
Environmental benefits from biogas production
Biogas is a sustainable and CO2 neutral energy form. No fossil carbon is emitted when burning biogas as it is the case with coal, oil, and natural gas. The significant greenhouses gases methane and nitrous oxide are further collected and utilized. These gases are formed, when livestock manure is spread on fields without being processed in biogas plants. This makes the production of biogas the cheapest solution for reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.
Another important factor is that degassed livestock manure has higher nitrogen energy efficiency on plants than unprocessed livestock manure, meaning that plants more easily absorb the nutrients in degassed livestock manure. The use of biogas therefore results in reduced nitrogen stripping into our groundwater.
Green transition through biogas
Here, you can take a closer look at some of Lundsby’s biogas plants that contribute to the green transition. Our plants are always designed and customised to accommodate your specific needs, regardless of the type and quantity of organic waste, which you with to transform into green energy.
The plant is designed to handle around 400,000 tons of biomass per year, corresponding to 120-gigawatt hours (GWh) worth of liquefied biogas (LBG). The Götene plant is designed to handle organic biomass which will primarily be liquid manure and deep litter from the...
At full capacity, the biogas plant will be one of the largest plants in Europe. Annually, the biogas plant will handle approximately 900,000 tons of green sustainable feedstock and produce approximately 40,000,000 Nm³ of biomethane.Biogas plant upgraded for...
Vinkel Bioenergi was built to process 430,000 tons of biomass annually and supply biomethane to about 25,000 households per year. This makes Vinkel Bioenergi one of the largest biogas plants in Denmark.Biogas plant upgraded for biomethaneHøjslev, Denmark52,000,000 Nm³...
Want to know more?
All good collaboration begins with a chat. Are you ready to contribute actively to the green transition? And would you like to know more about how Lundsby can help you make ideas come true and make all ends meet? Then, feel free to write or ring. We look forward to talking to you.