After 4.5 years, Lundsby Biogas can finally begin the construction of a larger biogas plant at Storde Biogas I/S at Bredebro in Southern Jutland.
A long-term process is now finally paying off. Lundsby Biogas has just signed a contract with Storde Biogas I/S of the construction of a larger biogas plant, which at full load can produce 6-7 million m3 bio natural gas.
The plant will receive 75-100 tons of biomass per year, primarily livestock manure and second generation crops such as straw and other residues from agriculture.
A replacement of 6,500,000 m3 of natural gas results in a CO2 reduction of over 3300 tons per year. This bio natural gas will be able to supply more than 3800 average households with heat all year.
Construction starts in summer this year, and the plant itself is expected to be put into operation in June 2018. In addition to the plant from Lundsby Biogas, an Ammongas upgrading plant, which can produce 750 m3 of methane per hour, will be established.
From the left: Henrik Jacobsen (Ammongas), Dan Madsen (Ammongas), Gert Rosenqvist (Lundsby Biogas), Jens Peter Bech (Storde Biogas), Brian Eichner Bech (Storde Biogas), Jan Dahlmann (Storde Biogas), Niels Dahlmann (Storde Biogas), Frank Serritslev Søndergaard (Storde Biogas) and Karsten Hjorth (Lundsby Biogas).
The brothers Dahlmann from Storde Biogas have had good guidance from the current owner of a Lundsby Biogas plant, Anders Rosenkvist from Holbæk Bioenergi. Anders has been running his biogas plant for five years and has supplied the district heating plant of the two towns Roager and Frifelt with 100% biogas for heating. At the same time, he has produced approx. 3 million kW electricity that has been sent to the grid. Therefore Anders has extensive experience with this type of plant and has contributed with many details to Storde’s future plant.
The plant is located at Jan Dahlmann’s property, where he has a larger livestock farm.