The complete biogas upgrading plant includes:
NeoZeo is a technology company focusing on the design and construction of biogas upgrading systems. We work with the results of technological and scientific innovation to achieve the best quality and efficient method for biogas upgrading to vehicle fuel standards and grid injection. Our biogas upgrading plant is modular and designed to fit into your desired footprint.
The module is based on Vacuum Pressure Swing Adsorption (VPSA) technology and incorporates novel adsorbents for improved cost and operational efficiency. The combination of these technologies allow us to offer high-quality cost-efficient Biogas Upgrading modules for small- and medium-scale enterprises, e.g. farms and towns, with raw biogas flows ranging from 10 Nm3/h to 200 Nm3/h for one module. Moreover, larger biogas flows can also be upgraded using NeoZeo' biogas upgrading technology using design on a skid or utilizing more than one biogas upgrading plant.Read more Read NeoZeo news
Case 1 – Private CarsOn average, a car consumes 10 Nm3 Biomethane per 100 km. Assuming a car travels 30'000 km per year, the annual CBG (compressed biogas) usage per car is 3'000 Nm3. NeoZeo Biogas Upgrading module, with the raw biogas capacity of 50 Nm3/h, allows for the annual production of at least 200'000 Nm3 of upgraded Biomethane, if the module is working 8'000 hours per year. Thus, at least 66 cars can be fuelled throughout the year. Excess production of biomethane can be stored as compressed gas for later usage or sale, or transformed into electricity/heating without compression right away after upgrading.
Case 2 – BusesOn average, a bus consumes 47 Nm3 of Biomethane per 100 km. Under the assumption that a bus travels 100'000 km per year, its annual CBG consumption is 47'000 Nm3. By using NeoZeo upgrading module, with raw biogas inlet capacity of 100 Nm3/h, that is working 8'000 hours per year; one could produce at least 400'000 Nm3 of upgraded Biomethane, and fuel 9 buses throughout per year. Read more
Standard Capacity Modules
- Design using 40-foot-long container or skid design
- Best value for large-size farms, enterprises, and municipalities
- Largest capital and operational Economies of Scale
- Economical energy requirements for upgrading
- Bigger capacity can be designed on request e.g. 300 Nm3/h and 500 Nm3/h