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EnviTec Biogas completes two more US biogas projects

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Germany’s largest biogas producer EnviTec Biogas, has successfully completed two more biogas projects in the USA in Cassville, New York and Ellington, Connecticut.
The two plants have been planned, designed and constructed by the company’s subsidiary, EnviTec Biogas USA Inc., over the past 18 months.
EnviTec supplied South Jersey Industries (SJI), the owner of both plants, with fermenter technology, internal and external heating systems, digester covers, pumps, raw gas treatment, O2 generation and EnviThan gas upgrading system.
In addition to the mechanical equipment, EnviTec also provided the electrical control cabinets (software & hardware) for the AD and gas upgrading system.
The combined biogas and EnviThan gas upgrading plant in Cassville produces 135 scfm, while the plant in Ellington produces 150 scfm of RNG: “The plants are almost identical in design and this modular approach is key to reduce cost and construction timelines," said Timothy Logan, president of EnviTec Biogas Construction LLC.
"These plants are a significant milestone for EnviTec in the US and we look forward to performance testing in Auburn and Lowville, NY in the coming weeks.”
David Kailbourne, CEO of project developer REV LNG LLC (REV), said: “EnviTec Biogas has proven to be a reliable and reputable partner. Specifically, they have provided value to us in terms of on-time delivery, ease of startup, and after-market sales and support.
"We put a lot of faith in EnviTec and they have risen to the challenges from planning through execution. The strongest element of their supply was that they brought a wealth of experience during construction, start-up, and support beyond sign-off.”
With its entry into the US market, EnviTec Biogas has successfully commissioned eight biogas/RNG projects with four connected to the natural gas grid.
An additional 11 projects, which EnviTec Biogas is implementing for its customer SJI Renewable Energy Ventures LLC (SJI), will be connected to the grid in the next few weeks, and continuing throughout 2024.
At buildout the platform will produce a total of more than 5,300 scfm of RNG.

 






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