TO PURE ENERGY
IN 7 DAYS
3-5 times faster production than traditional biogas plants, in addition to utilizing a larger share of waste - up to 95% gas yield compared to traditional 60-80% gas yield.
Food waste, animal manure, sewage- or fish sludge are turned into gas, which in turn can be used to produce electricity, heat and fuel. Bio residue is decomposed and can be utilized as fertilizer.
Our technology has an enormous potential for green energy due to low costs and high gas yield. The system is modular, so biogas plants can be built from a small scale and easily be expanded as needed.
See Antec Biogas' solution to the climate challange
We offer local small-scale solutions, as well as specially adapted solutions for larger biogas plants. It is a profitable investment for waste management in both fishing and aquaculture industry, as well as for other industrial waste.
By using sewage sludge in biogas production, municipalities prevent odors and polluting the environment with methane emissions. Biogas can provide enough electricity to keep processing at the municipality treatment plant going, as well as ensure significant environmental benefits.
Farmers can invest in their own plants or deliver manure to a shared biogas plant. During processing at the reactor, methane is harvested from the manure. The digestated is then used as fertilizer and can replace artificial fertilizers at the farms. Biofertilizers retain phosphorus and nitrogen but are odorless.
WE MAKE CHANGE POSSIBLE
In 2016, we won the Bioenergy Innovation Award - an award given annually by SINTEF, the Research Council, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) and Innovation Norway for the Best Green Technology Invention as a solution for the future.
We have already built several plants and have a technology that provides new opportunities for biogas production: fiberglass tanks with rapid digestion, better energy extraction (gas) and profitability in waste, being a new major energy source.
From day one, Antec Biogas has worked closely with the research community at The Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO) and Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). This has been really valuable, as testing and development are central in our work to improve the processes and document our new technology.
There are a lot of technological opportunities waiting to be discovered, and we are constantly working on new solutions and innovations. This applies to both processes and technical solutions. We collaborate with researchers from different areas to get support and assistance in this work. so that we can continue to create solutions for the future.