Wessex Water renewable energy company GENeco is investing in a new biogas upgrading plant from Malmberg. The plant will be installed at Trowbridge wastewater recycling centre, which is situated in south England 160km west of London.
The delivery includes a turn key Malmberg Compact™ GR BAS 3 with a capacity to purify 600 Nm3/h biogas into biomethane. The gas will be injected into the gas grid with high pressure (8,5 bar). This is GENeco’s second plant from Malmberg. The first one produces biomethane at Bristol bioresources and renewable energy park, in Avonmouth.
The plant at Trowbridge will deliver green gas to the grid in March 2019.
Malmberg is a leader in biogas upgrading technology with more than 100 plants around Europe. The facility at Trowbridge wastewater recycling centre will be the 12th Malmberg plant in UK
André Carlsson, Business Area Director Biogas, Malmberg, said:
The UK and GENeco is showing rest of Europe that biomethane is an energy source to count on. “We are thankful that we have the opportunity in UK to be a part of the UK green gas transformation.
About Wessex Water
Wessex Water is a regional water and sewerage business serving 2.8 million customers across the south west of England including Dorset, Somerset, Bristol, most of Wiltshire and parts of Gloucestershire and Hampshire.
Malmberg is a global market and technology leader in the cleantech sector. A Swedish family owned business established in 1866. Our principle areas of focus are on the design, production and development of technologies and solutions for water treatment, biogas upgrading, geothermal energy, drilling and environmental services. Malmberg works towards a better future environment under the motto “Pure energy. Clean water.”