Solrød Biogas concludes an agreement with Zealand's biggest estate – Bregentved Manor – on annually supplies of 80,000 tonnes of degassed biomass. The agreement between Bregentved and Solrød Biogas is a key precondition for the biogas facility operation, as Bregentved will buy more than 40% of the annual volume of degassed biogas from the facility.
More than 80 experts, technicians and partners turned up on a warm September day to witness mayor Niels Hörup's cutting the first sod at Solrød Biogas A/S. The ceremony marked a milestone after years of intensive planning.
Solrød Biogas A/S is incorporated with Solrød Local Authority as the sole shareholder. The company's object is to operate a biogas facility focusing on energy production for public heat supply by using raw materials, a facility supporting the fulfilment of goals for climate, environment and waste disposal.
An application was submitted for assistance to establishing the facility on the basis of the selected construction concept, supply system and location. The phase selected methods, equipment and equipment supplier, prepared a detailed description for authority processing, and set up a time and action plan for implementation. Further, the phase included the preparation of a [...]
In connection with the implementation of Solrød Local Authority's Heat Plan and the 2010-2025 Climate Plan for Solrød Local Authority, the possibility will be investigated of establishing a biogas facility based on residual products from CPKelco and Chr. Hansen, seaweed from beach cleaning in Køge Bay and animal manure from the agricultural sector. On this [...]
Preliminary survey including raw materials mapping, chemical composition analysis and value of biogas production as well as an assessment of methods to collect seaweed, location of facility and technical and financial assessments.
Solrød Local Authority concludes agreement with the EU on financial contribution of DKK 3,600,000 to realise the Solrød Biogas project. The agreement is key to fulfilment of the local authority's ambitious climate goals by 2025.
In part, the idea of constructing a biogas facility arose from the nuisance to the local residents of Køge Bay caused by the odour of decomposing seaweed. In connection with Solrød Local Authority's ambition of promoting the green transition in the local area, the idea arose of constructing a biogas facility that could utilise the [...]