Assessment of the potential to upgrade biogas to biomethane for gas grid injection or use as a vehicle fuel.
Maabjerg BioEnergy, which is one of the world’s largest biogas plants, was initiated by a group of local farmers together with local energy supply companies.
In Oslo, both solid and liquid waste has since commissioning in 2012 been delivered to the Romerike Biogas plant (RBA) for pre-treatment. Now, Ramboll has been appointed by the city of Oslo to optimize the existing plant design and processes in order to obtain a more resilient facility and biogas production.
Norway's largest biogas upgrading plant set to deliver vehicle fuel.
In South Denmark a large-scale biogas plant is under development. The plant will treat liquid manure, household waste and energy crops from 120 farmers, and Ramboll advises on design and approval.
Construction of a new gas filling station for the supply of biomethane as a vehicle fuel and LNG backup storage.
Horizons Environment — part of Scottish Water — is considering investing in the equipment necessary for its existing anaerobic digesters to be able to accept organic waste. This will require the upgrade of the digesters, which form part of the sludge treatment centre at Cumnock Waste Water Treatment Works, East Aryshire. Ramboll prepared a feasibility study, which forms the business case for investment.
With focus on material recovery and energy production, Ramboll provides a wide range of consultancy services throughout the establishment of a new sorting and biogas facility in Vestby, Norway.
DONG Energy's new biofuel plant in Kalundborg, Denmark, produces second generation bioethanol. Ramboll has played an important role in the construction of the plant. The advanced 3D modelling in particular has been crucial for finishing the project ahead of the COP15 conference.
The Sludge Treatment Centre at Dalderse in Falkirk, Scotland, is part of a large waste water treatment works dating from the 1960s and owned by Scottish Water. In 2010, Ramboll investigated using biogas by-products from the works to fuel vehicles or supply the gas grid. Ramboll Energy's current feasibility study determines the measures necessary to implement co-digestion of commercial and industrial waste with sewage sludge, and updates our earlier findings on exploiting the biogas as a commercial energy resource.At Dalderse, 432 tonnes per day of sewage sludge from several sites is digested in two mesophilic anaerobic digesters, where bacteria break down the sludge to produce methane and other by-products. Anaerobic digestion is standard UK practice for rendering a harmful mat ...
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Ramboll is Client Consultant to the Skolkovo Foundation, established by the Russian President to develop Skolkovo Innovation Centre. Covering an area of 400 ha just outside of Moscow, the Centre is supposed to be Russia’s response to Silicon Valley.