Biogas upgrading is the process of the separation of methane from the carbon dioxide and other gases from biogas. The concentrated biogas – close to 100% methane is called ‘biomethane’ or ‘renewable natural gas’ (RNG). This gas can be used as a vehicle fuel or injected into the gas distribution network.
There are a number of processes able to separate the gases including membranes, water wash, chemical washing and pressure swing adsorption (PSA).
With Clarke Energy’s engineering, procurement, construction and aftersales support capabilities we are able to offer biogas upgrading solutions to our customers.
Biogas upgrading technology can be applied to anaerobic digesters, wastewater treatment facilities and landfill sites. Biogas upgrading can be used as a substitute technology to gas engines or can be used in parallel where power and heat are required on site.
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