Case study: Improving the efficiency of biogas plants and optimising their use of heating and electricity
The Miura Biomass Center is a local biogas plant and a major contributor to creating a profitable waste treatment system for the local community. The plant processes biowaste, e.g. harvest leftovers from local farms for biogas production. The process byproducts are returned to the farms as fertilizer — closing the loop and creating a circular economy. To drive large-scale adoption of biogas as an energy source, its cost must be brought closer to that of conventional energy. That cannot be achieved without improving the efficiency of biogas plants and optimizing their use of heating and electricity.Click here to read the full document.