The new Malmberg biogas upgrading plant in Solröd outside Copenhagen will have a great capacity of 2800 Nm3/h biogas turned into green biomethane. The produced gas will be injected to the natural gas grid and the plant will be in operation in October 2019.
The biomass consists partially of seaweed from the Bay of Køge and Solrød Beach. Not only it will be turned into fossil free energy it will also improve the quality of the bathing water in the bay. The plant is the first of its kind in Denmark to produce green energy out of seaweed.
Malmberg’s client for the project is Bigadan, a Danish biogas developer and operator of several biogas sites around the world. Other Malmberg upgrading plants for Bigadan is in Horsens and by Limfjorden in Denmark.
Malmberg has up to date delivered more than 110 biogas upgrading plants in Europe and China with the reliable water wash technology Malmberg Compact™. The new Bigadan plant in Copenhagen/Solröd will be Malmberg Danish plant number 14.
Bigadan is a privately owned company providing consultancy and construction-related services to large scale biogas plants. Since 2001 they are also engaged as developer, owner and operator of biogas plants. They operate internationally and are known for their experience and know-how gained through their long-term involvement in the biogas sector.
Solrød Biogas A/S is established in close cooperation with CP Kelco, VEKS, Chr. Hansen, Roskilde University, Bigadan and the agricultural sector.
Malmberg is a global market and technology leader in the cleantech sector. A Swedish family owned business established in 1866. Our principle areas of focus are on the design, production and development of technologies and solutions for water treatment, biogas upgrading and geothermal energy, Malmberg works towards a better future environment under the motto “Pure energy. Clean water.”