Bright wins first RNG project with Canadian firm
With the realisation of this project, a biogas plant with a CHP system for heat and power production at a remote dairy farm will be converted into RNG production site. No gas distribution net is in place at the project site, so virtual pipeline technology will be introduced.
Through the virtual pipeline, the output is compressed to bio-CNG and transferred into a grid entry point nearby, where it is distributed to the end-user.
The PurePac Compact to be delivered by Bright has a capacity of 450 Nm3 biogas flow per hour.
“We are happy with our choice of Bright Biomethane for this project,” said Berq RNG project director Keith Derrington.
“Bright’s experience with agricultural projects and the installations they have around the world in a wide range of climates was a winning solution for this project.”
John Hawkes, North America sales representative at Bright, commented: “We are very pleased and proud of this project reflecting the rollout of our technology that makes it possible to produce renewable energy at any location.
“We look forward to furthering our cooperation with Berq RNG, a highly experienced and knowledgeable party in the biogas industry and the continued rollout of more RNG projects in North America.”