technology group Wärtsilä has supplied two large-scale biogas
upgrading solutions to different locations in
Denmark. The order was placed by Nature Energy, the world’s leading biomethane
company. By injecting biomethane - the end product of upgraded biogas - to the
gas grid, Denmark will be taking an important step towards its stated ambition
of becoming a climate neutral and fossil-free nation.
two plants were installed in the towns of Kvaers and Kong, with each plant upgrading more than 40 million Nm3 of biogas
each year. This delivers some 470 GWh of green gas energy, equivalent to
providing the fuel for more than 45,000 cars. The plants began injecting
biomethane to the Danish gas grid by the end of 2022.
The amine scrubber technology is both robust and reliable, providing very low methane slip and cost-effective operating performance. We have worked often with Wärtsilä and are confident, therefore, that the plants will be completed on time and will operate with the usual efficiency.Jesper Bundgaard, Executive Vice President at Nature Energy