Biofuel Energy

Creating energy from produce generally considered as waste is a concept that is close to our hearts at a true fit to developing your own MicroGrid Energy solution

Biodegradable waste is a predominantly untapped recourse in South Africa. Examples of biomasses are livestock manure and organic residues such as waste from food industries. Biogas is a renewable energy source that can be used for heating, electricity, and many other operations that use a reciprocating internal combustion engine. The remaining organic matter that was not transformed into biogas can be used as fertilizer

Biogas has a net zero carbon footprint in other words the amount of CO2 absorbed when the biomass was created is the same as the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere when the biogas is produced. Thus, CO2 is part of a closed circuit.

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