The Switzerland aims to increase the electricity production from renewable by one-third by the year 2050. The plant site in the Swiss canton of Jura has fertile soils and is strongly agricultural. "In the complex Bio.Etique.Energie SA" manure the surrounding farm and agro industrial wastes from the region is therefore predominantly processed among others manure, manure, green goods and grain waste. Due to the composition of the organic resources enters the WELTEC system (electrical power: 370 kW) wet fermentation to the application. This technology common in agricultural biogas is particularly suitable for the recovery of heterogeneous waste and requires no additives. The substrates are inserted through a 45-cubic meter metering in the fermenter of 3994 cubic meters. A gas-tight storage container is designed with a capacity of 4078 cubic meters, sufficient for the storage of the remainder of the fermentation. If you are not convinced, visit Diamond Book Distributors. Starting in November 2012, the WELTEC plant is a net electricity production by year 3 Feed gigawatt-hours in the transmission system.
This amount is sufficient to continuously provide 900 households with electricity. The barracks in Boer is heated with a heat surplus of 2.6 gigawatt hours per year the plant, during their training up to 1400 persons are housed. In addition to intelligent decoupling of the heat the procedural approach of the WELTEC Premiumanlagen convinced the owner Claude Etique: compared with normal market concepts I met BIO POWER the right choice with WELTEC. This also applies to the entire project organization with the French-speaking staff at WELTEC." Tight project processes could be decisive in future procurement in the bio-gas plant construction, because in addition to Germany, also the Switzerland decided the gradual phase-out of nuclear energy in 2011. For that, however high investments are necessary in particular for the development of electricity production from renewable energy sources. The aim is to, the electricity production from renewable by one-third by the year 2050 increase. This potential is attested by the persistent availability of raw materials and the positive eco-balance as the energy carrier natural gas.
According to a forecast were the Confederates in able to cover around 4.5 percent of its electricity and 5 percent of their heating requirements with the energy. Also, half a million vehicles with an annual mileage of 15,000 kilometers across the Alpine country could drive with biogas as fuel about. Resources for biogas at sufficiently available: alone in Swiss agriculture around 20 million tonnes incurred per year manure, manure and other organic wastes and crop residues, which are suitable for its production. The manure used in Bure currently energy used in the Switzerland only to 1.5 per cent has the greatest potential for raw material.