Bio Energy Plants

Bio energy is one of the oldest technologies in the mix of renewable energies.

It is used worldwide in the energy, heating/ cooling and transportation sector. Its versatility, for example the possibility of combined heat and power production, makes it so valuable for private customers, municipalities and businesses. In addition, bio energy has the best storage capacity and is thus an important supplement to wind and solar power.

 

Energy Production in a Biogas Plant

Energy Production in a Biogas Plant

A biogas plant has a cyclical system. The basis of the system is biomass, in other words slurry, manure, organic waste and fuel crops such as corn. The biomass is fermented in the plant to create biogas. It can be used for a number of different applications, primarily the generation of heat and power on-site or feeding an existing natural gas network. The residue of the fermentation process can be reused as high-quality farmland fertiliser to help grow plants. The cycle begins anew.  

Biogas Plants

Biogas with a methane concentration of 50 to 70 percent is won in biogas plants through the fermentation of natural biomass or rubbish. This mixture is burned in combined heat and power plants, one third of produced energy is used as power, two thirds as heat.

 

A biogas plant has a cyclical system. The basis of the system is biomass – in other words, slurry, manure, organic waste and fuel crops such as corn. This biomass is fermented in the plant to create biogas. The biogas can be used for a number of different applications, primarily the generation of heat and power on-site of feeding an existing natural gas network. The residue of the fermentation process can be reused as high-quality farmland fertiliser to help grow plants. The cycle begins anew.

Energy Cabin/ Heating Plant

The energy cabin presents an ideal and flexible alternative to conventional heat providers, which normally use fossil fuels to produce heat energy. This solution is especially suited to buildings that are too small to house a boiler, water tank or fuel storage system. The energy cabin can be also efficiently used as a flexible central heating system for new buildings, residential estates and commercial and industrial facilities.

 

With a juwi energy cabin, you can generate economical, environmentally-friendly heat energy for individual buildings or whole residential estates. The main components of the energy cabin are the boiler, which is used for the CO2-neutral combustion of wood pellets, and the fuel storage system, which includes a worm conveyor to transport the wood pellets into the boiler. The mobile central heating system is available in five standard variants.


These variants cover a thermal capacity of between 100 and 300 kilowatt thermal (kW). The biomass boilers used in juwi's energy cabins are supplied by the Austrian manufacturer KWB. Thanks to their compact design and integrated control technology, these boilers are the ideal components for this flexible method of supplying renewable heat energy. The energy cabin is connected to heat consumers by a heat pipe.

Heating Network

A heating network is necessary to transport heat energy from an energy source to the consumer. Water is heated up with heat energy transmitted by a heat exchanger and is pumped through that network, usually through steel pipes, heat is provided to the consumer.

Technology

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Energie-Allee 1

55286 Wörrstadt

 

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