Combined Heat & Power (CHP) systems, which are also referred to as cogeneration or cogen systems, are engines that generate both electricity and heat (as a by-product) simultaneously. Most biogas facilities use a CHP engine to convert biogas into the end product of electricity.
The Skyline Energy team explains how digestate and its byproduct of biogas are created inside an anaerobic digester.
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The Skyline Energy team explains the different types of organic material that can go into a digester to create biogas, and how this ultimately contributes to less dependency on fossil fuels for energy production.
Like solar, wind, and hydro, biogas is a natural, renewable, and low-carbon alternative to traditional energy generation.
SCEF continues to build its presence in the Ontario solar energy market by adding another FIT 1 rooftop solar contract to its portfolio