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HoSt further expands activities to German bioenergy market
HoSt has entered into a cooperation with the German Krause-Consult to strengthen the position in Germany and in the DACH-region, and to lay a solid foundation for the further expansion of the activities and for efficient growth. This strategic collaboration gives an extra impulse to the activities on the German bioenergy market, while bioenergy projects play a significant role in the energy transition in Germany.
Thomas Krause, owner of Krause-Consult, has 30 years’ of experience in the biomass and wood energy market, and has sound knowledge of the German energy market. This collaboration results in the combining of Krause’s professional experience and bioenergy technology know-how with almost 30 years’ of HoSt existence and experience. HoSt therefore sees development opportunities in Germany for interesting, sustainable and, above all, economical bioenergy projects.
“We believe Thomas Krause is the right partner to take our network of bioenergy installations in Germany to the next level. With this collaboration we continue to broaden our company’s presence in the international bioenergy market. This is in line with our strategy to grow internationally”, says CEO Herman Klein Teeselink of HoSt.
For almost 30 years and 150 installations worldwide, HoSt Bioenergy Systems has a name of a very reliable and experienced turn-key supplier in the market for the energetic use of wood and biomass, and biogas plants. In addition, HoSt also has a large number of project references in the field of biogas upgrading and biogas treatment plants with its subsidiary Bright Biomethane. HoSt’s combined heat and power plants (CHP) solutions are valued by customers for their high electrical efficiency and fuel flexibility with lower emissions. HoSt also has considerable experience in the field of anaerobic digestion of all biomass wastes. The portfolio of services is completed by the modular and advanced biogas upgrading systems from 40 Nm3/hr to 6,000 Nm3/hr ingoing biogas.