Bioenergy plant – waste to energy

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Bioenergy plant is a facility that generates energy from biomass or organic materials. These plants typically use advanced technology to convert organic materials into a usable form of energy. The produced energy is often electricity and heat.

The organic materials can come from a variety of sources, including agricultural waste, forestry residues, urban waste, and energy crops. These materials are collected, processed, and then converted into energy using various technologies, such as combustion, gasification, or anaerobic digestion.

Different types of bioenergy plants

Combustion-based bioenergy plant. Biomass is burned to generate heat which is then used in a combustion-based bioenergy plant to produce steam to drive a turbine that generates electricity.

Gasification-based bioenergy plant. Organic materials are heated in the absence of oxygen to produce gas that can be burned to generate electricity and heat.

Anaerobic digestion-based bioenergy plant. Organic materials are broken down by bacteria in the absence of oxygen to produce biogas, which can be burned to generate electricity and heat. This type of bioenergy plant is also called a biogas plant. As well it can be called also a biowaste plant, when using AD technology.

The advantages and disadvantages of the bioenergy plant

All these biotechnical methods utilize renewable energy sources and reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to fossil fuel-based power plants. Anaerobic digestion based bioenergy plants can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by capturing and utilizing methane, a potent greenhouse gas, which would otherwise be released into the atmosphere. All these methods reduce waste which can help to reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills. Anaerobic digestion can produce a nutrient-rich digestate that can be used as a fertilizer, providing a co-benefit for agriculture.

Combustion based bioenergy plant is still polluting the air. The plants can emit particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, and other air pollutants that can negatively impact air quality and human health.

Gasification based bioenergy plants are more expensive to build and operate than combustion based plants and can require more maintenance. They are also more complex and require specialized equipment and expertise.

Anaerobic digestion, (AD) based bioenergy plant is more environment-friendly and start to be more commonly used method to handle biowaste. Currently anaerobic digestion is the primary method of biogas production, but the traditional AD has also many issues. For example, issues like centralized treatment in linear economy, high investment costs, complex installation, long bio-fermentation process and low energetic efficiency.

Innovative bioenergy plant solution

FimusKraft has developed a solution to all these problems by using their game changing technology, horizontally mounted revolutionary 3-step bio-fermentation process with “Total mixing” patented technology, and FIFO (first in first out) principle.

  • Its faster and more efficient than traditional anaerobic digestion.
  • Thus, the carbon footprint is lower.
  • Because of the modular design, the investment cost is lower, and the payback time is shorter.
  • The installation is easy and fast, and it’s fully automated and easy to use remotely.
  • No production breaks for maintenance are needed.
  • And the plant is easy to scale up as required to the customer´s needs.

Read more on FimusKraft bioenergy plant FKBP here


Biogas is a renewable energy source that can be used for heating, electricity generation and transportation fuel.

FimusKraft´s modular system FKBP is fast to install and can be used locally e.g. in farm or close to food and beverage factory. Bioenergy plants can be integrated with other energy systems, such as wind or solar systems, to provide a more reliable and consistent energy supply. They can also help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide economic benefits by creating jobs and supporting local economies.

Overall, bioenergy plants are an important part of the transition to a more sustainable and renewable energy system, helping to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and promote the use of cleaner and more sustainable energy sources.

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