- Applicable to all biogas plants
- Enable real-time data monitoring and analysis, facilitating proactive decision-making
- Biogas utilization or offtake; biomethane, liquid CO2, bio-CNG and bio-LNG
- Easy to operate due to a high degree of automation
- Advanced digester mixing
- Heat recovery system
- Patented insulated membrane roofs
For all biogas plants
Repowering of a biogas plant refers to the process of making substantial changes or improvements to an existing system with the primary goal of enhancing its efficiency and output. Biogas plant repowering is essential for achieving optimal performance and maximizing efficiency. Strategic repowering can be applied to both biogas plants designed and constructed by HoSt as well as other existing biogas facilities.
Improvement of the biogas plant can involve replacing outdated equipment, introducing advanced technologies, or optimizing the overall setup to maximize productivity. HoSt is ever-enhancing technologies, thanks to a strong focus on research and development. Resulting in the latest anaerobic digestion technology, with insulated membrane roofs and mixer configurations. Leading to optimal biogas production.
Sustain optimal biogas production
Achieving ideal biogas production becomes more accessible with HoSt’s maintenance services and control and automation software. Service and maintenance includes predictive maintenance, 24/7 support, and visual insight in Key Performance Indicators. The biogas plant is effortlessly maintained by our in-house software for optimal automation and control. Biogas can be further utilized with repowering to biomethane, liquid CO2, bio-LNG, and bio-CNG. Contact us to request more information on repowering for biogas plants.
Repowering at Jelsum, NL
This biogas facility – located in Jelsum, the Netherlands – was constructed in 2006 by HoSt and has been producing biogas ever since. Initially. The plant was designed to generate electricity from manure and by-products. However, in 2016, the facility underwent a repowering – adapting the plant to biomethane production with capabilities for gas-to-grid injection. Thereafter in 2022, HoSt replaced the biogas upgrading system with a larger unit. The biogas plant has an annual production of more than 2 million Nm³ of biomethane – equivalent to the annual gas consumption of 1600 Dutch households.