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BIOGAS PLANTS ARE OUR OPPORTUNITY TO DESIGN THE FUTURE IN AN ECONOMICAL YET ENVIRONMENTAL MANNER
BioEnergy Germany, in addition to having 15 years of experience in the construction and operation of biogas plants worldwide, offers the expertise gained from the servicing and maintenance of over 600 biogas plants as well as the biological monitoring of over 300 biogas plants worldwide.
BioEnergy Germany has developed a system concept that takes social and environmental responsibility into account, as well as employing reliable, tried-and-tested German technology. This shows that, in addition to technical and biological know-how, taking on environmental and social responsibility is a proven recipe for the sustainable economic success of every project.
To ensure sustainable biogas projects, it is extremely important to establish close connections with local communities and their residents. Our system concept is not only characterised by the use of reliable German technology, but also by its high level of social and environmental responsibility. In addition, every region and its inhabitants should participate in the success of biogas plants.
We operate as an EPC Contractor for the construction of turnkey plants but also provides technology and engineering in the role of Technology Provider. It also offers project financing, plant maintenance, biological consulting, laboratory support and all ancillary services for the full development of a project, from the early development stage to full execution and operation.
Our main operation area is Europe
BioEnergie grünes Deutschland GmbH
Anni-Eisler-Lehmann Straße 3
Handelsregister: HRB 46144
Registergericht: Amtsgericht Mainz
Telefon: +49 (0)151 55144211
BioEnergy Germany – machinery and plant construction Co., Ltd.
We operate as an EPC Contractor for the construction of turnkey plants but also provides technology and engineering in the role of Technology Provider. It also offers project financing, plant maintenance, biological consulting, laboratory support and all ancillary services for the full development of a project, from the early development stage to full execution and operation and we produce our own components.
Our main operation area is South-East-Asia
Mr. Mario Treude contributes the economic component, i.e. the business planning of the Bioenergie grünes Deutschland GmbH/BioEnergy Germany Group. After his education as an assistant tax consultant, Mr. Treude went into business in the areas of outsourcing of services for companies primarily in accounting but also services in the sales support. During this time Mr. Treude was not only responsible for professional topics but also for the organization of sales and strategic marketing. He also transferred the company from a GmbH (limited liability company) to an AG (joint stock company). In 2012, he finally developed together with Mr. Dr. Rottmann the concept for Bioenergy Germany Group.
Mr. Treude switched completely to the management of Bioenergie grünes Deutschland GmbH and is thus also responsible for the entire Bioenergy Germany Group. In particular, his economic business competence and experience in context with the natural interest in sustainable and future-oriented projects, led him to focus onto the energy production from renewable resources and residues.
Dr. Nils Rottmann
Mr. Dr. Nils Rottmann looks back on extensive experience in all aspects of the generation of energy from biomass and residues. After studying Environmental sciences at the University of Bielefeld with the focus on renewable energy, ecology and microbiology, Dr. Rottmann took a doctoral degree at the University of Kassel in the field of microbiology in combination with the field of study in agricultural sciences. After comprehensive experiences during the employment at a renowned business consultancy in the field of environmental and quality management with the focus on the project planning of biogas plants and similar energy plants, Dr. Rottmann changed to Biogas Nord and managed the biological laboratory. In reference to this employment, he was responsible for the biological support of over 300 biogas plants in Germany and abroad. They were biogas plants based on energy crops as well as residue-processing. In 2012, Mr. Rottmann changed to another high renowned biogas plant constructor. Initially he was responsible for the German biogas projects but later dedicated his work exclusively to special- and large-scale projects. As logical consequence, of this extensive experience gathered in the technical and organizational aspects of sustainable energy production from renewable resources and residues, Dr. Rottmann became a founder and one of the main shareholders of the BioEnergy Germany Group. In 2015 Dr. Rottmann took responsibility as the CEO of BioEnergy Germany – machinery and plant construction Co., Ltd. for the successful development and realization of the projects especially in South-East-Asia and other tropical countries.
Corporate Communications – Dirk Simon supports in press and public relation work as well as in all other areas of marketing.
German technology convinces South African and Malawian energy industry.
The BioEnergy Germany Group will supply its to date largest biogas plant in Malawi, fed with napier grass, a renewable energy source. 10th February 2023 – BioEnergy Germany, specialized in the design, construction and operation of biogas plants, thanks to its strong local commitment, has been awarded for the construction of a 56 MWel biogas plant in Nkhotakota District in […]
Biogas investment project: PPP – Waste to Energy
Biogas Investitionsprojekt: PPP – Waste to Energy PPP – Waste to Energy – Thailand / Impppact Projektallianz • Location: Thailand, Bangkok• Status: Financed, in the implementation stage• Biogas (1.8-2.7 MW/h) and PV (3.1 kWp) to cover the electricity requirements of the plant’s own waste separation.• CHP oil for generating electricity from pyrolysis oil and feeding […]
Container construction: Control cabinet container
Control cabinet container in the Philippines Design, delivery, assembly – year of construction 2019 Technical data:• Control, switching technology and software for system expansion • Integration and automation of liquid input systems as well as other components and sensors• Link to the existing control system • Control cabinet container manufactured in accordance with customer specifications
Container construction: Pump containers
Pump container construction in the Philippines Container construction: Pump containers Pump container design, delivery, assembly – year of construction 2019 Technical data: • Input pump container for two liquid input systems • Production and design in accordance with customer requirements • Capacity approx. 300 m3/h• incl. ventilation system, drainage system, lifting device for maintenance work, […]
Interview Dr. Nils Rottmann
Dr. Nils Rottmann, Managing Director of the BioEnergy Germany Group (Southeast Asia Division) added: “With our new contract BioEnergy Germany became the local leader and even an international leading company for the supply of biogas plants fed with Napier grass and similar feedstocks. Today we set a landmark for the local industrial sector that recognizes our technological knowhow, extreme flexibility and capacity to offer customized solutions to obtain the maximum efficiency of the plant. To consolidate our position in the region we are going to establish local O&M (operation & maintenance) services as well as laboratory services to all anaerobic digestion plants, putting our worldwide achieved experience to the use of local and international sustainable power producers.”
Mr. Mario Treude, Managing Director in the BioEnergy Group declared: “We are very proud of this new opportunity in Malawi. The region is a very important market for BioEnergy Germany, and thanks to our strong local commitment and partners we can guarantee the advantages of dealing with local and international brands, with the technological knowhow of a German leader in the biogas sector. This 2023 has been a year of great success and this last award strengthens and consolidates our growth.”
What is biogas and how is it produced?
Biogas is a renewable energy source that is produced from organic matter such as animal waste, food waste, and sewage. It is produced through a process called anaerobic digestion, which involves the breakdown of organic matter by bacteria in the absence of oxygen.
What are the benefits of biogas production?
Biogas production has several benefits. It is a renewable energy source that can be produced from waste materials, reducing the amount of organic waste that is sent to landfills. It can also be used as a fuel for heating, electricity generation, and transportation, reducing reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, biogas production can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by capturing methane that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere.
What is the difference between biogas and natural gas?
Biogas and natural gas are similar in composition, as both are predominantly methane. However, natural gas is a fossil fuel that is extracted from the ground, while biogas is produced from organic matter through anaerobic digestion.
How is biogas used for energy production?
Biogas can be used to generate electricity and heat through the use of a biogas-fired generator or a combined heat and power (CHP) unit. It can also be upgraded to biomethane and used as a transportation fuel, or injected into natural gas pipelines for use in homes and businesses.
What types of organic matter can be used to produce biogas?
A wide variety of organic matter can be used to produce biogas, including agricultural waste such as manure and crop residues, food waste, sewage sludge, and energy crops such as corn and nepier gras.
How much biogas can be produced from a given amount of organic matter?
The amount of biogas that can be produced from a given amount of organic matter depends on a variety of factors, including the type and quantity of organic matter, the temperature and pH of the digester, and the efficiency of the anaerobic digestion process. Generally, the more easily digestible the organic matter is, the more biogas it can produce.
What are the challenges associated with biogas production?
There are several challenges associated with biogas production, including the high capital costs of building and operating biogas plants, the need for a consistent supply of organic matter, and the need for skilled operators to manage the anaerobic digestion process. Additionally, biogas production can produce odors and other environmental impacts if not properly managed.