Bright Biomethane commissions biogas upgrading plant in Durham, UK
Netherlands-based bioenergy technology specialists HoSt has announced that its subsidiary Bright Biomethane has announced that it has successfully commissioned a new biogas upgrading system in Durham, North of England. The system facilitates the production of biomethane from biogas, which is produced from various waste residues.
According to Bright Biomethane, its biogas upgrader delivers the clean biomethane gas to a Grid Entry Unit (GEU) of Thyson Technology. This system controls the gas, injects odour and propane. After this, the gas is injected into the UK gas grid and provides for use in British households. This system will produce 213 Nm3 per hour of biomethane from 400 Nm3/hr raw biogas.
The upgrading- and grid injection equipment is an upgrade to a biogas plant that is currently producing biogas that is consumed at a combined heat and power (CHP) plant that generates heat and electricity.