Triogen´s CEO, Henning von Barsewisch, pointed out: “Our technology is a contribution to making decentralized generation more affordable which will be an important factor for reaching the politically agreed emission targets. Converting the excess heat available from a biogas plant into electricity reduces the cost of producing power from the plant by 5%. Thus, we offer a key technology to making biogas more cost effective.”
Margriet Leemhuis emphasized in her speech that this project is a showcase of the successful cooperation between the Dutch and British businesses. With the market entry in the UK, Triogen is now active in 11 countries across Europe.
Triogen is a leading ORC supplier converting residual heat from industrial processes into power. When applied to digesters, landfill sites, diesel engines, wood burners, furnaces, etc. the Triogen ORC produces valuable green electricity. It currently has installed about 40 units that typically reach 97% availability and have accumulated over 500,000 operating hours. Together with its partners, Triogen offers a host of products and services to its customers that range from application specific heat recovery solutions to service and maintenance as well as attractive financing options.
About Future Biogas
Future Biogas was set up in 2009 to develop, construct and operate biogas plants across the UK. Our first plant was completed near Norwich in 2011. We now employ a skilled team of over 50 people, and have 8 operational plants with 2 under construction. Working in close partnership with local farmers, our plants operate on a range of locally sourced biomass feedstocks, generating clean, renewable and reliable energy.