At Biolectric, we believe that our advanced technology will help shape the future of the agri-food sector by producing sustainable energy based on local waste management. The Biolectric concept was developed in 2009. Two years later, the first installation was completed. In 2018, we have built more than 200 facilities and are present in ten European countries, as well as in the United States and in Canada.
80 cows is the minimum, you will then produce enough slurry (depending on the quality) to optimally exploit a Biolectric biogas plant.
Ideally yes! For optimal performance, you should work with fresh manure.
Between 4 m³ and 32 m³ per day depending on the size of the plant and the quality/freshness of your manure.
Manure can also be pumped out of a cellar. If you dump your manure into a pit via a clump system, you will need to inject more manure into the facility because of the lower quality of the manure.
You have different types of installations depending on the engine power and the reactor capacity:
Anything that is liquid with less than 10% dry matter and more than 7% organic dry matter can be used to the extent that it is possible to pump the material. Example: water treatment plant, pig slurry, chicken manure, food industry residues, …
The Biolectric installation is a compact construction that is quick to build. Thanks to our reactor/container concept, it is possible to realize the installation in less than 3 days .
A Biolectric facility converts your organic waste and methane (CH4) emissions into green energy and heat. The residual waste becomes more fluid (and therefore absorbed more quickly by the soil) and its smell decreases.
Due to our continuous production line, we have an average delivery time of 2 months.
On average, 15 minutes a day.
The biogas plant pumps a fixed amount of reactor manure daily to digestate storage and fills the released volume with fresh manure. This process takes place under the supervision of our team and can be followed online.
By anaerobic digestion in the reactor, a biogas is formed which is then purified and converted into green energy via the combustion engine. This energy can be used in the form of electricity and heat.