BIOGEST’s BIOP builds first biomethane plant in Italy

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BIOGEST Group's new brand BIOP has begun the construction of its first biomethane plant in Italy.
The new project, Collarmele, is located in L’Aquila, Italy, and converts 73,000 tonnes/year of chicken manure and vegetable waste (fennels, carrots and potatoes) into 500 Nm³/h of biomethane, utilising BIOGEST PowerRing and PowerDigest technology.
The project includes a CO2 liquefaction unit.
BIOP has over 20 projects in the pipeline throughout Europe and the US, with 6 biogas and biomethane plants currently owned and operated in Czechia, the UK and France.
Romeo D’Amore, founder, Alpalux Energy, commented: “I couldn’t be more thrilled with the progress and success of BIOP’s first plant operation project in Collarmele.
"It’s truly a milestone moment for both the BIOGEST-Group and the renewable energy sector as a whole.
"This project demonstrates BIOP’s and Alpalux Energy commitment to sustainable and innovative solutions. I can’t wait for our first green gas production.”
Alessandro Armani, senior sales manager BIOGEST, said: “The project represents a significant step forward in our mission to create a greener and more sustainable future.
"I am confident that BIOP’s innovative approach will continue to pave the way for cleaner energy solutions and set new industry standards.
"Congratulations to the entire BIOP and Alpalux Energy team for their hard work and dedication in bringing this project to life.”

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