This Microferm green gas installation at a dairy farmer in Deurningen in the Netherlands produces 40 Nm3 green gas per hour, sufficient for keeping warm around 400 Dutch families.
The produced biogas from the cow manure is being upgraded to green gas with natural gas quality, also known as biomethane. The high-quality green gas is directly injected into the national low pressure network (LD-net). In addition to this sustainable way of producing energy, the methane emission – a strong geenhouse gas – is considerably reduced. HoSt ensures the daily functioning of the installation with an all-in-maintenance contract of twelve years.
This project was made possible by a grant from the Province of Overijssel.
|Start construction||June, 2017|
|Capacity||320.000 Nm³ biomethane per year|
|Input||10.000 tons of manure per year
400 tons of by-products per year
|Digester||Microferm, 1 x 791 m³|
|After-digester||1 x 791 m³|
|Pre-storage||2 x 50 m³|
|Capacity||65 Nm³/hr biogas
40 Nm³/hr biomethane
|Methane concentration raw biogas||55-60%|
|Methane concentration product gas||89%|