Bio Gas CNG Plants

Bio Gas & Bio CNG​

Biogas production reduces waste and produces energy. The residues from the Biogas unit are slurry that can be used as high quality fertilizer. This completes the nutrient cycle. Thus BIOGAS is a nature’s gas that gives back to the nature and takes care of the nature’s Cycle.

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Bio Gas & Bio CNG

Bio-CNG or bio-compressed natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas or biomethane, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a quality similar to fossil natural gas and having a methane concentration of 90% or greater. As the gas is derived from natural and renewable sources, it is also termed renewable natural gas (RNG).

The biggest advantage of biogas is the waste reduction capability and potential it presents. Biogas production is done by anaerobic digestion of treating biodegradable waste to produce valuable fuel while destroying disease-causing pathogens and reducing the volume of disposed waste products.

Biogas burns cleaner than fossil fuels, mainly coal, and emits lesser carbon dioxide for unit of energy produced. This is good for mother earth and the environment we live in.



Prospects for New entrants

The BIO CNG sector in India is still nascent and emerging. With the government of India launching the SATAT initiative for setting up 5000 RNG plants by 2025 and guaranteed off take of RNG, the sector is expected to have many large stakeholders in the near future. 

As of 2019, there are 17 RNG plants operational across various states of India. For early entrants will have competitive advantages, which will be provided by GPRL Energy Pvt Ltd by utilizing CO2, Slurry for bio fertilizer production apart from Bio Methane and bio CNG.

To Make Best From Waste

GPRL Energy PVT. LTD. developed its technology for improving competitiveness of Bio Gas & Bio CNG through a vision to make best from waste.

Making use of manure and other additives, we produce biogas. Biogas is gas produced by the anaerobic digestion / fermentation of organic matter which can be manure, municipal solid waste, biodegradable waste, energy crops, sewage waste, plants and leaves etc or any other biodegradable feedstock. Biogas primarily has methane and carbon dioxide in varying proportions.

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