Biogas plants and incineration plants
EG System is a team of specialists dealing with supplying electrical power to RES facilities, including biogas plants. We are aware of diverse expectations of our clients, therefore we study each topic individually, offering optimal, economic and proven solutions in the field of power supply to facilities.
We have strong experience gained as part of hundreds of industrial plants and RES facilities, which guarantees:
• Comprehensive implementation
• Cost optimisation
• Rapid return on investment
• Short deployment time
• Professionalism and safety
Projekt i uzgodnienia
Dostawa i montaż
Oferujemy specjalistyczne stacje dostosowane do odnawialnych źródeł energii w obudowie betonowej. Posiadany szeroki zakres mocy stacji od 250 – 6300kVA z kompletnym wyposażeniem indywidualnie dobranym do potrzeb danego projektu.
Rozdzielnice niskiego napięcia dostosowane do napięć niestandardowych, w tym 800V. Rozdzielnice średniego napięcia i telemechanika dostosowane do wymogów lokalnych zakładów energetycznych na terenie całego kraju. Szeroki zakres gabarytów stacji w naszej ofercie pozwala dobrać wymiar zoptymalizowany do mocy wytwórczej.
Transformatory suche żywiczne i olejowe dedykowane do farm fotowoltaicznych. Napięcie wtórne 400 lub 800V dostosowane do napięcia inwerterów. Napięcie pierwotne dostosowane do sieci zewnętrznej danego zakładu energetycznego na terenie całego kraju. W ofercie posiadamy również transformatory o podwyższonym poziomie THD. Dodatkowo na specjalne życzenie transformatory mogą być wyposażone w ekran elektrostatyczny i inne dodatkowe akcesoria.
Biogas plants and incineration plants - more than green energy
Environmental pollution and climate changes force the demand for green energy. Directives of the European Union and domestic acts worked out by particular countries impose an obligation to resort to renewable energy sources. Constantly growing prices of electricity add to the picture. Construction of biogas plants is one of the methods to halt the climate change and obtain considerable savings both in industrial plants and in agricultural holdings. Compared to other renewable energy sources, biogas plants offer an immense potential. They bring about a number of possibilities and pose no problems with construction and development. Perhaps this is why biogas plants in Poland enjoy growing popularity. It is estimated that their share in the overall renewable energy market will increase every year.
Biogas plant – pros and cons. Why is the construction of a biogas plant profitable?
The construction of a biogas plant is a method to reduce the costs of sourcing electrical and heat power to the minimum. And although the investment requires financial outlays at first, the statistics show that in the case of large biogas plants, the return on investment is possible only after 3 years. In Poland, investments of this type are usually made at industrial plants, wastewater treatment plants, landfills and agricultural holdings. In the case of the latter, creating one biogas plant for several holdings becomes more and more popular, which reduces initial unit costs. As part of environmental schemes, there is also a possibility of being granted a subsidy for the construction of a biogas plant.
Not only do biogas plants help generate energy, but they also mitigate the problem of waste disposal – in this case it is biomass that functions as input to digestion tanks. Under appropriate temperature and bacteria action, the biomass is processed into biogas with high concentration of methane and carbon dioxide. A percentage concentration of methane defines the calorific value of biogas – the higher it is, the more calorific the biogas. Fermentation waste forms the so-called digestate. In the case of agricultural biogas plants, it is rich in organic matter and can be used to fertilise fields.
Agricultural biogas plant - the future of Polish energy management
Agricultural biogas plants represent the sector of renewable energy sources that generates the greatest potential. There is a lot of waste in agricultural holdings that is suitable for becoming biomass. It can be of animal origin – manure, liquid manure, slaughterhouse waste, or of plant origin – maize silage, rape straw, marc of fruit and vegetables and plenty other types of waste that without biogas plants requires appropriate landfilling and disposal, generating additional costs for the holding. What it more, an agricultural biogas plant allows obtaining digestate that is void of contaminants, including bacteria harmful to health and heavy metals accumulating in the post-digestion mass from wastewater treatment plants and landfills. The generated electrical power may be used by a given agricultural holding or sold to a power engineering plant. On the other hand, electrical energy generated in the agricultural or industrial biogas plant is most frequently used to meet the needs of a given holding or plant. It can be used for thermal insulation of buildings and in technological processes. However, reselling such energy entails quite large losses generated within a heating network. Therefore, biogas plants intended to generate heat power should be located close to buildings they are supposed to supply power to.
Electrical power from biogas - how to obtain it?
To obtain electrical or heat energy from biogas, it is necessary to incinerate it. Biogas powers cogeneration units allowing to obtain an adequate type of energy. If it is processed exclusively into electrical power, a power generator that allows processing chemical energy into electrical energy is an indispensable element. Transformer stations, allowing changing the current voltage and its adequate distribution for the purpose of supplying it to particular holdings or distributing it to a power engineering plant, also form necessary links in this process. It is worth adding that electricity obtained from biogas represents renewable energy and the power engineering plant is obliged to repurchase it from the generating entity. Therefore, if a holding or a power engineering plant are not capable of using the energy, they can obtain additional funds from selling it.
Electrical system for biogas plants and incineration plants - rely on the best professionals
EG System delivers comprehensive energy solutions for biogas plants and incineration plants. Our offer includes both design and executive services. We provide designs in the field of supplying and exporting power from power generating sources. We develop executive diagrams of electrical systems for supplying power to generation sources. We monitor the designs and correctness of all arrangements allowing the connection of a generation source or industrial plant to the power grid. While serving as a contractor in biogas plants, EG System builds MV and LV lines, delivers, installs and starts devices in MV and LV transformer stations. As part of comprehensive services we also provide power supply to the loads at the power engineering plant.
Power supply to biogas plants - all solutions in one place
A biogas plant cannot exist without an appropriate power supply system, both external and internal. The former mainly includes systems assembled outside buildings, i.e. MV connections and MV cables leading from the cable joint of a power engineering plant to the transformer station of a biogas plant. These also include cables linking particular elements of the facility that require power supply. A transformer station with switchgears and elements allowing the distribution of electricity within the biogas plant are necessary. EG System provides comprehensive delivery of solutions necessary to create a safe and efficient power supply system of a biogas plant.