Creating our renewable future
Biowaste does not exist. At Antec, we see an infinite loop of valuable bioresources that can contribute in solving today's energy crisis, waste challenge and feeding the planet.
The plant will process over 50,000 tonnes of biowaste per year and will be Norway's most advanced renewable biogas plant using Antec's technology. Photo credit: RENEVO
Industrial Renewable Energy Plant Stord, Norway
The plant in Stord is built at an industrial site near a quay area. Cow manure and fish sludge will be the primary inputs for the production of renewable energy.
The plant will handle approximately 50,000 tons of organic waste per year and will be Norway's most advanced biogas plant, using Antec's technology. For shipping and heavy transport, the renewable biogas will be converted to liquified biogas (LBG). The CO2 that is captured from the plant will be made available for purchase by the food and greenhouse industries. The Stord renewable biogas plant is constructed in partnership with Renevo AS.
The world’s northernmost biogas plant.
The world's northernmost Biogas plant
We recently built a renewable biogas plant in Båtsfjord, on the Liholmen peninsular, to handle organic waste from all of Eastern Finnmark in Northern Norway. Previously, these waste streams were transported to Sweden.
"Liholmen Biogass" is the world's northernmost biogas plant, located in the county of Eastern Finnmark. Antec built and constructed a comprehensive renewable biogas system to process domestic food waste, fish waste, and cow manure. The renewable gas generated by the facility will be utilized to generate energy and heat for Liholmen Produksjon and other enterprises in the area. Local farmers will utilize biofertilizer that has been emptied for methane. The plant started its operations in December 2020 and provides major environmental benefits while contributing to a circular community.
The farm is a school example of how the agricultural sector can play its part in reducing future emissions.
Antec Biogas plant Presteseter, Valle College at Toten, Norway
Presteseter is a vast and modern farm that belongs to Lena Valle College. The farm serves as a training ground for future farmers and is managed with an eye toward the future.
Antec installed a full renewable biogas plant with a power and heating generating solution (CHP) in 2018. This allows the farm to save money on energy while producing odorless and effective biofertilizer from its own cows and pigs' manure. The farm is an excellent illustration of how the agricultural sector can contribute to reducing GHG emissions.