Agricultural businesses have made a significant contribution to developing biogas plants in Germany and are pioneers of biogas technology. As far back as the 1990s, the sector recognised that substrates obtained during animal husbandry, renewables and production residues can be fermented in a biogas plant. Heat and electricity are readily available. The integration of private households in the local heat network is a success story, especially in rural communities.
Today, innovative developments in the construction of biogas plants enable the exploitation of new substrates for fermentation, among them straw or dried chicken droppings. It can therefore be worthwhile to reassess input substances previously considered unsuitable and to calculate the costs and benefits of building a new plant. The recently introduced Renewable Energy Act (EEG) also provides lucrative incentives for expanding current systems. You will find more detailed information in our plant concepts, e.g. for straw fermentation, or for system expansions.
ENSPAR has built countless biogas plants in the agricultural sector and possesses a real treasure trove of experience. We provide you with hands-on assistance in preparing a concept and building a new biogas plant, and also offer interesting modules for system expansion. Moreover, there is the option of equipping your current manure storage facilities for integration within a plant concept and/or of building emission protection roofs for your open storage containers.