Mühlacker biomethane/RNG plant, Germany: an investment for the future
An investment for the future: this is how the Mühlacker biomethane/RNG plant in south-western Germany can be defined. Installed in 2007, the plant was the first in that area to produce biomethane and inject it into the existing natural gas network. Every year, the approximately 46,000,000 kWh of biomethane/RNG produced cover one third of the area’s heating needs, equal to the consumption of about 2,200 families! An innovative choice that benefits the environment, as well as the community. We got a close look at the plant during the guided tour organised by IBBK!
Original language: German
Plant Operator, Biomethan Muhlacker
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