Photos: Maria Hedegaard
Efacec has just consolidated its environmental expertise by participating in the construction of the largest biogas plant in Europe, located in Korskro, Denmark. Twelve months after the beginning of this project, the infrastructure was already working and will produce approximately 37 million Nm3 of biogas per year for up-grading and injection into Denmark’s natural gas network. This project represents an amount of 9,3 million Euro for Efacec.
The biogas plant belongs to Nature Energy company and is based on the circular economy concept. As one of the main contractors of the project, Efacec was in charge of the design, construction, delivery and installation of “Supply of Machinery and Electrical Equipment” including the SCADA system.
The biogas plant processes 708.000 Tons/Year of biomass from which 521,000 tons will be slurry (manure), 100,000 tons will be deep bedding, grass silage and energy crops and 87,000 tons will be organic by-products.
The inauguration session of the biogas plant was attended by the Minister for Development Cooperation of Denmark, Ulla Tørnæs.
With focus on research and technological development that anticipates solutions for a more sustainable world, Efacec has been an important international player in the environment sector, offering turnkey and customized solutions for its clients. In the Environment area, Efacec offers integrated solutions ranging from project design and development and operation of systems, namely effluent treatment stations, water catchment, pumping and supply stations, systems operation, from process automation to control and monitoring, system enhancement and waste treatment, remote management systems and industry.
With a comprehensive presence in the value chain of Energy, Mobility and Environment, Efacec acts as a solution provider, EPC contractor (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) and O&M service partner. Efacec is present in strategic markets such as Europe, the United States of America, Latin America, Asia, Middle East, Maghreb and Southern Africa.