29 Sep '14, 9am

Schmack Biogas wins 5 MW contract to supply Isle of Wight with biomethane: Schmack Biogas UK, in partnership w...

The Schmack Biogas plant in the Isle of Wight is configured for an output of 5 MW of gas power, with a 250 kW combined heat and power (CHP) unit for its own supply. The investor, builder and operator is Wight Farm Energy LLP, an association comprising seven landowners and IW Grain, a producer and trade group for cereals. Schmack Biogas UK is responsible for construction of the facility, which began in July. Biogas fed into gas network In contrast to conventional biogas facilities, the biogas will be processed into biomethane which has the same quality as natural gas. This will enable it to be fed into the island’s existing gas network. After its planned completion in spring 2015, 4.25 million standard cubic metres of bio natural gas will be produced from renewable raw materials. Schmack Biogas targets UK market Schmack Biogas is a leading German supplier of biogas plants, ...

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