We incorporated our green vision into the heart of the 1200 kW biogas Pisarovina plant. We installed the gas engine and initiated its operation and the operation of related equipment.
“Biogas 1200 kW Pisarovina plant” – biogas cogeneration
Types of work:
Power supply, fitting, metalwork, ventilation and air-conditioning, installation works.
We built our green vision into the very heart of the 1200 kW biogas Pisarovina plant. We installed the gas engine and initiated its operation and the operation of related equipment.
The production of electrical and thermal energy from biomass is an example of circular and sustainable energy management which is good for the environment. Different types of biomass can be used as energy sources, e.g. corn silage and industrial plants silage, grease separator content and manure. This biomass then creates biogas in the process of anaerobic fermentation. Gas engine uses such biogas as fuel for the production of electrical and thermal energy.
The manufactured thermal energy represents a potential for use in remote heating of greenhouses, biomass pasteurisation, drying and preparation etc. Anaerobic fermentation, in addition to biogas, produces digestate which, when applied on arable land, increases soil quality.
In this green project we were in charge of the very heart of the facility – installation and operationalisation of the biogas engine and installation of supporting equipment: smoke gas inverters, chimneys and smoke stacks for temperatures of up to 600°C, as well as pumps and thermal substations, silencers, dry coolers, chambers and the accompanying pipeline with the appertaining fitting.
A multidisciplinary team of twenty experts worked on the project from November 2019 to January 2020. They included welders, metal workers, construction workers, mechanical, civil and electrical engineers, repairmen and special equipment installers. The plant started operating in April 2020.
We are glad that we have been part of this complex and challenging project due to its environmental importance.