Xergi is a leader in biogas technology. We have achieved this position through 30 years in the biogas industry.
Today, we are leading in developing new technologies for improving the business case for biogas plants, and handling new biomasses. We build plants that are flexible, robust in construction, reliable and easy to operate. As an active partner in all stages of the project, Xergi can assist with project development, dealing with relevant authorities, project design, procurement, construction, commissioning of the plant and its subsequent operation.
Xergi has launched a new partnership for addressing the attractive market for renewable energy in Japan. During the past few years Xergi has seen a good potential for establishing biogas plants for handling organic waste materials and producing renewable energy in Japan.
Food waste and livestock manure are being transformed into biogas and green fertiliser at the biogas plant NGF Nature Energy Midtfyn, which was inaugurated on 8 April this year. This means that Xergi has now supplied three highly modern biogas plants to Danish NGF Nature Energy in less than one year.
Xergi has just commissioned the first X-chopper® in the USA. In Europe, the technology is used primarily for breaking down deep litter, but in the biogas plant Hometown Bioenergy in Minnesota, the unit will pretreat by-products from the production of canned sweetcorn.
A new biogas plant from Xergi is now on the way to the village of Ennezat near Clermont Ferrand in central France. This will be another step towards making France more self-sufficient in both renewable energy and environmentally friendly fertiliser.
Willen Biogas has appointed Xergi to build and operate its new 27,000 tpa waste to energy plant in Enfield, North London. The Plant will generate renewable electricity for the grid and recycle nutrients from organic waste matter to make agricultural fertilizer.
Today, approximately 70% of renewable energy consumption in Denmark is bioenergy-based, mostly in the form of straw, wood and renewable wastes. This White Paper gives an overview of Denmark’s solutions, cases and experiences in transforming sustainable biomass resources into competitive bioenergy solutions.