Agricultural biogas

An income opportunity for your farm

The production of electrical and thermal energy from biomass has over the years, to all intents and purposes, become an agricultural activity.


Thanks to incentives, a biogas plant can be a further source of income for farmers by increasing the multifunctionality of an agricultural business, allowing them to make profit and invest in the ecological modernisation of production systems.


The transformation into biogas / biomethane of agricultural by-products and livestock waste is a completely positive aspect for the company, as it enhances its own “waste” products, usually a problem for the disposal issue.


Our agricultural plant

Since every customer has different needs, Biogas Engineering have created an agricultural plant able to handle different types of biomass from manure to specific crops as well as by-products, this is to ensure greater flexibility for customers in running the plant, as they may change the supply mixture over the years.


Agricultural plants may have different capacities depending on the size of the agricultural business, ranging from 60kW up to 1000kW and over.


Biogas plants, especially the small ones (from 60kW to 300kW) fit into the context of small-medium agricultural holdings, thus allowing to easily treat only available biomass, thus enhancing the company’s by-products, without having to resort to external biomass and without subtracting crops intended for animal feed.


The main objective is the creation of “tailor-made” plants that treat the bovine, swine and poultry manure produced by the same company.

For these small biogas plants, Biogas Engineering proposes a system called the “Container System“, a simple, easy and fast solution to install, thus considerably reducing the construction times, maximum 3 months and your plant is ready to be put into operation (for more info about our “Container System” click here).

Example agricultural biogas plant