Severn Trent in the UK used NEC to implement a renewable energy scheme that upgrades its biogas to make biomethane, making it suitable for connection to the national gas grid. The work at Finham sewage treatment works, which serves 430,000 people in the West Midlands city of Coventry, involved designing, installing and commissioning a biogas upgrader unit and ancillary plant. This now converts sewage-generated biogas into renewable biomethane at the right temperature, pressure and calorific value for it to be injected into the local gas grid. The state-of-the-art ‘gas to grid’ plant is capable of supplying up to 9000 homes each year with renewable energy. The project won the 2021 NEC Sustainability and Climate Resilience Project of the Year award. Read the case study here: #renewableenergy #cleanenergy #sustainability #greenenergy #netzero

Posted by Panumas from NEC Contracts at 2023-08-29 11:56:58 UTC