Accelerating towards a renewable future

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Norwegian Prime Minister, Jonas Gahr Støre, inaugurated RENEVO’s new biogas plant in Stord, Western Norway, on 24 May.

It is the first of its kind in Norway and marks the start of a Western Norway energy adventure that produces the equivalent of renewable energy that 4,000 households consume per year.

At the plant’s core is a unique piece of Norwegian technology: 10 Antec Bio[1]converters, which are a game-changer in the field of anaerobic digestion.

The new plant is the largest commercial biogas plant in Western Norway, producing liquefied biogas, liquid CO2 and high-quality bio-fertilisers from raw organic materials from local fisheries (fish silage) and the local aquacultural and agricultural sectors.

The solution for upgrading and liquefaction of biogas and CO2 is delivered by a French partner of RENEVO — CryoPur. A second project with RENEVO is already in the pipeline and will be double the size of the first plant, featuring twice as many Antec Bio-converters.

“The technology we use produces more gas and is up to five times faster than conventional biogas technology. It is the first time this...

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