Energy Networks Employment and Environmental Benefits
Cogeneration involves the recovery of otherwise-wasted thermal energy to produce useful thermal energy or electricity. Off-grid neighborhoods, small towns and businesses can harness a combination of renewable energy, household composting, wastewater management agricultural and industrial waste-to-resource systems to generate surplus energy that enable self-reliant and resilient neighborhoods in your community.
Your Neighborhood and small town benefit from new, scalable and mobile technologies that are personalized to meet the unique requirements to achieve a closed loop system utilizing available local resources. Biogas can be used in cogeneration systems for production of heat to be used on site and for many other requirements of the zoo-technical and electricity chains. This technology can treat waste from agricultural farms, livestock farms and milk factories as well as produce green energy that can be sold.