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  • HZI to Boost Flexibility of Danish Biogas Plant with Gas Upgrading System
    Hitachi Zosen Inova has been awarded another contract to deliver a gas upgrading unit to Denmark. The client is a farmer from Gråsten in the south of the country who is upgrading his existing biogas plant to generate energy more flexibly in response to market demand. Besides using the biogas to generate electricity, the installation will also use membrane technology to upgrade it to biogas-based natural gas that can be fed into the regional gas grid.
  • Hitachi Zosen Inova Group to Build the South Clyde Energy Centre
    Fortum Glasgow Ltd has appointed Hitachi Zosen Inova Steinmüller to design, build and commission the grate and boiler for a new thermal waste treatment facility in Glasgow, Scotland. Once operational, the new facility will generate up to 45 MWe gross of electricity by processing up to 350,000 tonnes of residual waste each year.
  • Municipality in Poland to Treat Organic Waste Using Dry Fermentation and Generate 3.5 Million kWh of Electrical Energy a Year
    Starting in 2024, the new Kompogas® plant being built by Hitachi Zosen Inova on behalf of the German company Eggersmann Anlagen Concept for the Wielkopolskie Centrum Recyklingu waste incineration plant in Jarocin will treat around 15,000 tonnes of household organic and green waste a year to produce renewable energy and fertiliser.

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Recent News

  • HZI to Boost Flexibility of Danish Biogas Plant with Gas Upgrading System
    Hitachi Zosen Inova has been awarded another contract to deliver a gas upgrading unit to Denmark. The client is a farmer from Gråsten in the south of the country who is upgrading his existing biogas plant to generate energy more flexibly in response to market demand. Besides using the biogas to generate electricity, the installation will also use membrane technology to upgrade it to biogas-based natural gas that can be fed into the regional gas grid.
  • Hitachi Zosen Inova Group to Build the South Clyde Energy Centre
    Fortum Glasgow Ltd has appointed Hitachi Zosen Inova Steinmüller to design, build and commission the grate and boiler for a new thermal waste treatment facility in Glasgow, Scotland. Once operational, the new facility will generate up to 45 MWe gross of electricity by processing up to 350,000 tonnes of residual waste each year.
  • Municipality in Poland to Treat Organic Waste Using Dry Fermentation and Generate 3.5 Million kWh of Electrical Energy a Year
    Starting in 2024, the new Kompogas® plant being built by Hitachi Zosen Inova on behalf of the German company Eggersmann Anlagen Concept for the Wielkopolskie Centrum Recyklingu waste incineration plant in Jarocin will treat around 15,000 tonnes of household organic and green waste a year to produce renewable energy and fertiliser.
  • Bioenergie Geest and Hitachi Zosen Inova Establish Company to Produce Bio-LNG
    German biogas producer Bioenergie Geest GmbH & Co. KG and Swiss greentech firm Hitachi Zosen Inova have established a company in Apensen, Germany, which will construct an installation producing 2,100 tonnes of bio-LNG from sustainably generated biogas annually by the end of 2023.

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