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The main purpose for research and development of renewable energy resources are economical and ecological interests while knowing that the Know-How of Universities and colleges of higher education remains hidden away on desk.
FIBAG BIOGAS Kft. was founded in November 2009 and is a hundred percent daughter of the austrian Research Center FIBAG - the inhouse research center of SFL technologies. While FIBAG has its focus on research and development on integral construction engineering, FIBAG BIOGAS Kft. is a research centre for renewable energies for rural areas. On an area of approximately 50.000m² FIBAG BIOGAS Kft. carries out research and development on a high performance biogas plant by using new generation technology.

FIBAG BIOGAS Kft. does not support technologies for traditional biogas plants.

Traditional biogas plants are constructed only for specific herbal substrates, i.e. maize silage, or for animal substrate without reject (manure). They are delimited or are not appropriate for organic residues (straw, dung). Because of the huge basins traditional biogas plants have a generous layout. Nevertheless they have a very low efficiency in the energy extraction and have to face many operational problems.

Advantages of a high performance biogas plant technologies such as those of FIBAG BIOGAS Kft.

FIBAG BIOGAS Kft. developes high performance biogas technologies, which scores with certain advantages compared to a traditional biogas plant:

  • A high performance biogas plant (biogas 3.0) has its benefit in a short retention time, thus a low space is required.
  • The multi feedstock system allows independency of substrate price fluctuations. “Food to fuel” discussions are history. Not the food itself but the waste and by-products are used for the power production.
  • High performance biogas plants assure constant high gas quality.
  • By using the waste and by-products of plants or animals the advantage is in the nature of renewable energy sources which cause low emissions. No special areas are needed to be cultivated only for the biogas plant. No natural resources such as coal or natural gas have to be exhausted. Organic waste that would otherwise putrefy in an uncontrolled way in waste deposits or in compost plants, emitting large amounts of CO2, is used for the energy extraction.
  • The digestate as by-product of this biogas production can in turn be used as fertilizer.