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In the first week of March, in the presence of Minister of the Environment Petr Hladík and Deputy Minister of Agriculture Petr Lanc, the first biomethane station in South Moravia was launched in Rakvice in the Břeclav district.

The operator of the biogas plant processing waste from livestock and plant production is the company BPS Rakvice, which has decided to expand the production of electricity and heat by the production of biomethane. The expected annual production of biomethane is 6.84 GWh. The general supplier is AgriKomp Bohemia.

Our company was the supplier of the container injection unit for this project. It provides analysis and measurement of the produced biomethane and in case of compliance with the parameters required by the legislation and the distribution company, it then injects the biomethane into the gas network.

“We are pleased to have been able to participate in another biomethane production project by supplying the injection technology. We are pleased that, thanks to our cooperation with AgriKomp Bohemia, we could once again contribute to the greening of the gas industry and reduce the Czech Republic’s dependence on natural gas imports.” Said Monika Zitterbartová, Executive Director of HUTIRA green gas.

About the project

  • CHP unit: 2× 250 kWel., 2× 275 kWtep. (2× 124 = 248 Nm3 /h of biogas)
  • Biogas to biomethane treatment: agriPure® Cube 220 Nm3 /h of biogas, output pressure 10-13 bar(g)
  • Injection unit: 114 Nm3 /h biomethane, output pressure 20-27 bar(g)
  • Connection: 588 m DN 100 connected to the distribution network DN 500 GasNet
  • Inlet sumps: 10/2 m, volume 133 m3 and 3.55/2.5 m, volume 25 m3
  • Fermenter: 24/6 m, volume 2 350 m3 , gas storage 2 453 m3 of biogas
  • Dofermentor: 20/6 m, volume 1 630 m3 , gas storage 1 832 m3 of biogas
  • Storage tank: 28/8 m, volume 4 215 m3 , gas storage 2 268-6 394 m3 of biogas
  • MicroBPS: 3.15/2.8 m, volume 14.8 m3 , gas volume 17 m3 of biogas
  • Inputs: sustainably and purposefully grown biomass (corn silage, rye haylage), animal by-products (poultry manure, dung, slurry), plant by-products (sugar mill cuttings, poor quality haylage and silage), other non-consumable by-products (baked goods unsuitable for feeding).