Posted on June 19th, 2014
PROjEN BioEnergy to return to ADBA Show after Successful year
Following another successful year in the Anaerobic Digestion industry, PROjEN BioEnergy will be exhibiting at this year’s Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) Show. The ADBA show is a free two day exhibition, at the NEC in Birmingham and will run over the 2nd and 3rd of July and will showcase over 250 exhibitors with free seminars and one to one advice clinics running over both days. (Register Here for Free)
The ADBA was established in 2009 as a not-for-profit trade body representing businesses in the anaerobic digestion sector to support those interested in using the technology. This has been accomplished by removing many of the barriers to growth currently faced by the industry, by offering expert advice and support and by influencing Government legislation to help promote the benefits of AD to the UK.
PROjEN has maintained strong ties with the ADBA; PROjEN BioEnergy’s own Terence Brownhill is an ADBA director and the Chair of ADBA’s Training and Safety Working group. Both Terence and Dr Les Gornall, who has been building Anaerobic Digesters since 1978, made significant contribution to the ADBA’s Practical Guide to AD (paywall).
PROjEN has over 35 years’ experience as a Project Management and Engineering design company, maintaining an impeccable Health and Safety Record, while working in the Chemical and Process engineering industries. When combined with the technical expertise of the PROjEN BioEnergy’s team of specialists, who have over 100 years combined Anaerobic Digestion experience and have been involved in the development of over 25MWe of AD capacity in the UK, it gives PROjEN the capability of designing, building and commissioning bespoke digesters to range of capacities, safely, on time and to budget.
PROjEN has attended the ADBA show since 2011, and has enjoyed a highly successful year since the 2013 ADBA show, having commissioned a 1.2MW AD plant, and been awarded the 2013 IChemE BioProcessing award for it’s innovative three phase digestion process.
The project was completed after only 14 months, and achieved 1.2MW on a reduced feedstock tonnage, with the capacity to upgrade to 2MW. This has enabled energy independence for the client, while diverting 18,000tpa of food waste from landfill.
It continues to be a busy time for the PROjEN BioEnergy team who are working on a variety of projects around the award winning process from 0.5MW to 1.5MW with modular features that will reduce the cost and time required to build a fully optimised AD system. PROjEN has also embarked on full turnkey 7MW gas to grid projects with several clients.
If you would like to come question our experts at the show, we would be happy to help and will be situated on stand G027, between the R&D Forum and the Edina Café.