To gather and share as many operational experiences as possible, old and new operators from Lundsby Biogas’ customer base meet to share experiences.
Only manure and plant parts
In January, Per and Kim Madsen from Madsen Bioenergi and Flemming Nielsen from Iglsø Biogas visited Viftrup Biogas in Spjald in Western Jutland. Viftrup Biogas supplies biogas to Spjald Heating Plant, which has only used biogas for heating in Spjald since its inception. The plant is running very satisfactorily, and the owner Knud Christensen has made a virtue of using slurry and green plant parts such as straw, second cut crops, seed-grass straw and the like (second generation crops) as biomass. So, there are no excipients like glycerin in the Viftrup Biogas plant.
From the left: Per Madsen, Knud Christensen, Flemming Nielsen, Kim Madsen and Casper Christensen.
New feeding system from Vogelsang
On 7 March, Erik Kuhr and Flemming Nielsen from Iglsø Biogas visited the Brdr. Thorsen plant on the peninsula Djursland in Eastern Jutland. Here they gained new knowledge of a new feeding system – the PreMixer – which has been tested at the Brdr. Thorsen plant. This PreMixer will be implemented in a number of new Lundsby Biogas plants – including the plant at Iglsø Biogas.
Here are Erik Kuhr, Steffen Thorsen and Flemming Nielsen in front of the dosing module.
Networking at Madsen Bioenergi I/S
On 24 March, a final networking visit was planned at Madsen Bioenergi I/S in Spøttrup where a lot of experience was shared among the operators from the three biogas plants.
The brothers Thorsen had arrived at Madsen Bioenergi in their own helicopter.