Sistema.bio’s flexi biogas technology gets Govt approval
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India, grants approval to Sistema.bio for its biogas technology.
Sistema.bio biodigesters are now accredited under the National Biogas Programme, which was recently launched in Delhi to encourage the use of biogas as a clean cooking fuel that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and provides organic fertiliser for agriculture.
“The certification was awarded to Sistema.bio following a rigorous field performance evaluation of the biogas plants conducted by Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bioenergy (SSS-NIBE), Kapurthala as per the parameters recommended by the New Biogas Projects Experts Appraisal Committee (NBPEAC) constituted by the MNRE,” the company said in a statement.
Sistema.bio provides a prefabricated-modular biogas plant with a full suite of appliances. In the coming decades, its modern biogas plant design will provide a wide range of benefits for rural livelihood and agricultural development. One unique feature of this biogas technology is that reactors can be transported and installed quickly, without the need for foundations or civil engineering work.
Piyush Sohani, Managing Director of Sistema.bio India, said, “In addition to providing clean cooking, biogas technology plays a pivotal role in reducing fossil fuel consumption and improving the quality of life of users. We at Sistema.bio look forward to helping more farmers benefit from our technology which can in turn make a positive contribution to the climate.”
The approved biogas technology comes in a variety of sizes including small, medium, and large flexi biogas plants, with a daily biogas output ranging from 1 to 25 cubic meters. The biodigesters are made from industrial-grade LLDPE geomembrane with a lifespan of more than ten years. These biogas plants are manufactured in the company’s state-of-the-art Pune factory and meet MNRE standards.
“Currently, there are over 40,000 families in India, spread across 17 states, who are producing clean and renewable energy with Sistema.bio’s digesters,” the company said.
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