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Biogest wins order in Turkey

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Biogest has announced that it has received its first order to build an agricultural biogas plant near Ankara in Turkey.

The project Akyurt is the first biogas plant in Turkey, which was developed in cooperation with Enerlinc Ltd. After successfully entering the Asian market with an Indian and South Korean Biogest PowerCompact biogas plant, this Biogest PowerRing biogas plant is another milestone for further Asian projects.

Followed by projects in the UK, France, India, South Korea, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and Austria, this first Biogest biogas plant in Turkey represents an essential reference plant for further local projects.

The plant has an electrical output of 3.12 MW and is operated with cattle slurry only, using 270 000 tpy. The slurry will be transformed during the production process into high quality organic fertilizer, which substitutes the use of chemical fertilizers. The biogas plant is carried out in the high efficiency Biogest PowerRing technology.

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