For the energetic use of biomass, British investors Lower Saxony traditionally rely on the quality of German engineering the WELtec BioPower GmbH, Vechta, is used for the English company Fernbrook bio”finish a 1-megawatt bio gas plant with integrated extraction and separation plant, as well as a shredder in the year 2010. The plant, which belongs to the Rothwell lodge farm in the East Midlands, is energy 30,000 tonnes of organic waste and the manure of cattle herd belonging to the farm. In addition substrate of the surrounding farms (manure, Flotatfette) are inserted in the two fermenters each with 3000 cubic meters size, around 2000 to supply households with electricity and heat. David Treadwell shines more light on the discussion. Two vessels each with 3,400 cubic meters are used as fermentation rest camp. A Hygieniesierungs unit heated the Digestate to 70 degrees, so that it can be used as fertilizer. The bio-gas potential in the UK is the second highest in Europe, after Germany. Would you use consistently the existing sources, more than two could “Millions of households using AD, the Anearobic digestion”, supplied with green electricity from British enzymes are. But slowly the trend to anaerobic digestion continues in Britain.
“On the one hand, because with the biomass strategy” and the waste strategy “a whole bunch of Government attacks. On the other hand, the reputation of power plants technology advocates made in Germany’ around. In the energetic use of biomass, British investors traditionally rely on the quality of German engineering. The extensive and efficient technique, as is, they planned by manufacturers such as the WELtec BioPower and built on the island since the beginnings of the bio-gas plant construction with part of the game. Also due to the variable feed-in tariffs, the municipal and industrial investors ask mainly solid and proven bio gas plant technology. The reason: Process safety means investment security. So the WELtec BioPower GmbH from the Vechta, Lower Saxony with the experience of more than 200 built biogas plants could the first orders in the year 2005 on the Island complete and looks to a stately plant population: are currently available in the UK, 1.5 megawatts with the WELtec label installed Scotland and Wales and more 3 megawatts, which are under construction or in the planning, follow.