New Dutch biogas project is up and running
Three companies signed a biogas supply agreement at the official opening of the Suiker Unie biomass fermenator in Vierlaten, the Netherlands.
Suiker Unie will produce biogas from around 100,000 tonnes of vegetable residues, including sugar beet, while GasTerra will transport the gas which will be purchased by BioMCN.
The new facility increases Suiker Unie’s current biogas capacity to a total of 25 million m3, making it one of the largest biogas producers in the country. The production is certified by DEKRA in accordance with the NTA 8080 scheme, which verifies the sustainability of the production chain.
BioMCN will process the biogas into second generation biomethanol.