DP CleanTech signs collaboration agreement with Italian AD specialists Bst
China-headed biomass combustion and waste management technology providers DP CleanTech Group has announced that it has recently signed a collaboration agreement with Italian biogas technology providers Bst S.r.l to introduce Bst’s anaerobic digestion (AD) technology for agricultural waste to Asia, with immediate effect.
DP’s biomass to energy expertise has been the platform for the further expansion of the technology portfolio to now include a broad range of proprietary technologies for waste processing, treatment, and the conversion of multiple feedstock types to energy.
Our emerging market strategy has identified growth opportunities that focus specifically on agricultural waste. In these markets, we already have a significant presence in the biomass and MSW sectors, and we have spent some time evaluating the right partner for DP, in terms of technology, scale, and expertise. We are delighted to have reached an agreement with Bst to bring their specific know-how and proven reliable technologies for agricultural waste to Asia. We see our strengths and our company values as highly complementary and beneficial for potential clients, said Simon Parker, CEO, DP CleanTech Group.
With over a decade of operation and experience in Europe, Lombardy-based Bst offers specific expertise and technology in the design, construction, and management of stainless-steel anaerobic digestion systems for agricultural waste. Bst has completed over 40 plants, ranging in size from 50 kWe up to over 1 MWe for biogas and biomethane equivalents. Bst also offers a wide range of products and services for cogeneration and trigeneration, animal welfare and nitrogen abatement.
We see the partnership with DP as a very positive move for our company and I am confident that with our combined resources we can be highly competitive in new markets such as Asia. DP’s global experience, footprint and execution capabilities are a powerful advantage for Bst, and we look forward to working together, sharing and exchanging valuable knowledge to advance the use of agricultural waste worldwide, said Luigi Monfardini, CEO, Bst.