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Model range of cogeneration biogas plants

ModelManufacturerEngineRated power, kW
HE-MG105-B Horus Energia (Poland) MAN E0836 99 129
HE-MG124-B Horus Energia (Poland) MAN E2876 123 181
HE-MG190-B Horus Energia (Poland) MAN E2876TE 190 244
HE-MG252-B Horus Energia (Poland) MAN E2848 LE 252 326
MTU 6R400 GS MTU (Germany) Z8 220 264
MTU 12V400 GS MTU (Germany) L8 370 444
MTU 12V400 GS MTU (Germany) Z7 400 480
PG345B3 FG Wilson (Great Britain) Perkins 276 357
PG450B1 FG Wilson (Great Britain) Perkins 360 401
PG525B1 FG Wilson (Great Britain) Perkins 420 462
PG620B1 FG Wilson (Great Britain) Perkins 496 518
PG1080B2 FG Wilson (Great Britain) Perkins 864 1020
PG1250B2 FG Wilson (Great Britain) Perkins 1000 1050
MTU 8V4000 GS MTU (Germany) L32 776 842
MTU 12V4000 GS MTU (Germany) L32 1169 1256
MTU 16V4000 GS MTU (Germany) L32 1560 1471
MTU 20V4000 GS MTU (Germany) L32 1948 1808


Cogeneration biogas plants for autonomous power supply

Modern cogeneration biogas plants generate electricity and heat through the utilization of waste from agricultural enterprises and urban sewage systems, landfills. This technology is gaining priority positions throughout Europe. Biogas is used as fuel for cogeneration plants.

Biogas occurs during the fermentation of organic substances such as slurry, manure, liquid manure fertilizer, plants, food waste. It occurs in nature everywhere where there is no access to oxygen. In fermenters and putrefactive towers as a result of anaerobic fermentation (anaerobic - without oxygen) biogas is formed.

If organic material is stored without air, then, when exposed to methane-binding bacteria, the biological process begins, in which gas is formed. This is biogas.

The chemical composition of biogas

SubstanceChemical formulaContent, %
Methane CH4 40—75
Carbon dioxide CO2 25—55
Water vapor Н2О 0—10
Nitrogen N2 <5
Oxygen O2 <2
Hydrogen H2 <1
Hydrogen sulfide H2S <1
Ammonia NH3 <1

Biogas, as a rule, is used in cogeneration plants based on a gas piston engine to generate heat and electricity.

Technological scheme for the production and use of biogas

Biogas Power Plants

Schematic diagram of a comprehensive energy supply solution using biogas

Biogas Power Plants

Object: Landfill
The average operating time of one well is 15 years, the estimated payback period of the project is 4-5 years.

The advantages of biogas plants include:

  • Independence from the state in the field of energy and energy supply.
  • Saving money by switching to your biogas.
  • Instead of the usual disposal of organic waste, energy is generated and nutrients are used.
  • Improving the ecology of the enterprise where the project is being implemented.
  • Making extra profit by generating “green” energy and reducing the level of harmful emissions into the atmosphere.
  • Biogas sludge is more effective as a fertilizer than unfermented sludge.
  • By increasing at least twice the amount of newest energies by 2010 and developing and spreading environmentally friendly technologies on the basis of biogas plants, the use of biogas also serves to support the goal of protecting the climate.
  • Creating additional economic support: making money - producing environmentally friendly energy.

MADEK, together with its partners, can undertake the implementation of the entire project on autonomous energy supply based on biogas technologies, which includes:

  1. Preparation of a commercial proposal for the creation of a biogas plant.
  2. Preparation of a feasibility study (feasibility study) of the feasibility of creating and operating a biogas plant, which includes: the selection of technological modes of operation of a biogas plant; Development of a process flow diagram of a biogas plant; Selection of the necessary equipment and components to create the installation; Suggestions for biogas utilization and comparison of different options; Calculation of estimates of construction and installation works; Calculation of economic indicators and the payback period of the installation.
  3. Experimental confirmation of biogas formation in a laboratory biogas plant, laboratory studies of the quality of organic fertilizers obtained.
  4. Detailed design of a biogas plant, including an automation system.
  5. Supervision of non-standard equipment manufacturing.
  6. Purchase of equipment and components needed to create a biogas plant.
  7. Construction and installation of the installation.
  8. Launching and entering the technological mode of operation of a biogas plant.
  9. Personnel training and maintenance of a biogas plant.

Questionnaire for biogas plants