We care for our environment and the conservation of resources. Utilizing biogas, hydropower or domestic wood as renewable energies – we think effectively and act responsibly.
Energy derived from biogas has future potential. In biogas plants domestic and industrial waste, liquid manure or food residues are anaerobically decomposed. The biogas thus produced can be utilized in gas engines, for heating purposes or – after conditioning – inducted into the natural gas grid. We evaluate process techniques for mono- or co-fermentation as used in modern biogas plants in order to assure the best possible operation of the plants. We wish our commitment to be a contribution to the spread of this innovative and sustainable technique.
We offer full service energy management because saving energy means saving money! We identify potential savings, and precisely calculate the costs and energy saved with the smooth functioning of your process clearly in mind. When it comes to the implementation, we support you professionally. As an EnAW accredited agency, we also know all about federal government and cantonal funding options and are able to help you implement the energy wholesale consumption regulations and reclaim feed-in remunerations (KEV) and CO2 taxes.
Waste heat is freely available in all kinds of sewage, industrial, refrigeration or combined heat and power plants as well as from numerous other sources. The art lies in the economic capture and use of this energy. We develop the concepts of how to get the right amount of waste heat to the customer at the right temperature. With increasing numbers of customers that are looking for cooling rather than heating our services also cover cooling and cold distribution systems.
We design and install industrial wastewater fermentation plants. The advantages of anaerobic fermentation are obvious – it generates sludgefree utilizable biogas, which means a considerable reduction of CO2 emissions. In liaison with our industrial technology specialists, we strive for optimum solutions by combining wastewater treatment and energy production.