The plant, which will use electrolysis to convert energy from renewable sources to hydrogen, will grow in the north of the Netherlands and should produce up to 800,000 tonnes of hydrogen per year by 2040.
We all know that the amount of waste is constantly growing, including its substantial component – biodegradable waste. Its essential characteristic is its “liveliness”, thanks to which it decomposes very quickly.
Pavel Bureš is a project manager at the EFG Rapotín BPS biogas plant. Last year he was one of the main people in the project of upgrading biogas to biomethane. It is still the only installation in the Czech Republic that is yet to be awarded by the general public.
There is no doubt that climate change and environmental protection will be a very important topics this year, as were in 2019. What’s more, it is expected that companies and politicians around the world put even more emphasis on this in 2020.
In 2020, the EFG will continue to work actively to deliver on its vision. The main attention will be paid to the development of our most important projects – ECR Rapotín, Energo Mostek and EFG Educa.
Christmas time is approaching, a time of peace, peace and giving, so it is no harm to ask yourself how each of us can do something good. Not just for myself, but for the whole Earth.
How does the Czech Republic handle waste? It has been the wish of not only all Czech citizens but also the politicians who run our country for three decades to come to terms with the West.
What will be our electricity in 2050 from? Coal? Core? Renewable resources? The Czech Republic’s energy mix in the coming years is a major topic whose solution can have an enormous impact on the economy and future direction of our country.
Photogallery from the Opening Ceremony of Biomethane Production and its Injection into the Gas Distribution System on October 24, 2019
It was indeed very nice weather at the launch of the biomethane production from biodegradable waste.
At the end of October, a ceremonial launch of biomethane production and its injection into the gas distribution system took place in the Rapotín Energy Recycling Center (ECR Rapotín). For the first time in the Czech Republic.