Hitachi Zosen Inova to supply "renewable gas" technology to the UK

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The Swiss company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has been awarded two new technology supply contracts in the UK by the Bio Capital group, which operates a number of anaerobic digestion plants throughout the UK. In both cases, the technology delivered by HZI will be used to expand the capabilities of existing facilities, HZI said last Wednesday

Under the first of the new contracts, HZI is to contribute to an upgrade of Bio Capital's East London Biogas project. Built in 2021, the facility is located in the London Sustainable Industry Park in Dagenham and now processes up to 70,000 tonnes of food waste per year after a series of incremental expansions. Until now, the biogas generated in the plant has been used for electricity generation only, but Bio Capital is now seeking to add biomethane production. HZI is to provide a gas upgrading system with a treatment capacity of 1,200 Nm3 per hour of raw gas. The first feed-in of renewable natural gas (RNG) from the plant to the grid is scheduled for August of this year....

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