The Energy

A pioneering model

We will develop a pioneering concept to produce and recycle energy with the help of agricultural activities. Similar to the digestive tract of a cow, organic waste is fed into a tank, crushed, and made digestible.

After various biochemical processes, the gas that has been produced is burned, generating energy. This model will make it possible to be autonomous for the supply of electricity, gas, heating, and hot water.

From 2023

ENERGY SECTOR overview

Biogas and methanisation model

The process consists of collecting organic matter, storing it in a digester (a closed, low-oxygen tank) and converting it into gas.

Local partners working without chemicals or pesticides can dispose of any excess organic matter that cannot be reused for fertilisation and thus participate in this environmentally friendly and sustainable energy production.

The resulting gas is used in different places: in the restaurant’s kitchen, as fuel for vehicles and machines (cleaned) and for the production of electricity (converted by a generator). The cooling water from the generator (80 degrees) is used for heating and hot water.

The slag which remains in the digester is composted with organic matter and converted into fertile soil. Spread over the fields it will promote soil humus. It can also be resold to partners.

With the help of the heat that the cows give off, we are planning to grow vegetables in the barn during winter. The heat keeps the greenhouse frost-free and is recycled by means of a heat pump. That way, hot water for the hotel and restaurant will be produced. 

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ADVANTAGES

for the region, the community and the individual

  • Role model for decisions concerning climate or ecological issues
  • Local and autonomous consumption
  • Recycling of all forms of energy 

NEWS FROM THE PROJECT

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17 Objectifs de Développement Durable ONU

Project: Energy

Energy & Sustainable Development Goals

The intention of the current project is to participate in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals…

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