Benefits of biogas
Climate protection and added value
Biogas is a very efficiant all-rounder. Biogas can be converted into electricity and heat or it can be used as fuel. Another use is an equivalent to natural gas. In addition, it is flexible in use and relatively easy to store. To read more about best practice references, please visite our site Utilities of Biogas. Beside economical efforts the investment in biogas has enormous ecolocical advantages: The substitution of electricity and heat from fossil fuels by biogas helps saving harmful carbon dioxide (CO2). Digestion products can furthermore replace industrial mineral fertilizer, because the mineral nutrients are not degraded and can be returned on the fields as valuable fertilizer.
Regional impact and municipal value-added
The involvement of local trades and service firms in the planning, construction and operation of biogas plants binds capital that would otherwise go abroad to the exporters of fossil energy producers and therefore strengthens the rural economy. Regional enterprise means regional jobs, trade tax income and capital.