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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Renewable natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a quality similar to fossil natural gas. A biogas is a gas methane obtained from biomass. By upgrading the quality to that of natural gas, it becomes possible to distribute the gas to customers via the existing gas grid, and burned within existing appliances. Renewable natural gas is a subset of synthetic natural gas or substitute natural gas (SNG). Renewable natural gas can be produced economically, and distributed via the existing gas grid, making it an attractive means of supplying existing premises with renewable heat and renewable gas energy, while requiring no extra capital outlay of the customer. The existing gas network allows distribution of gas energy over vast distances at a minimal cost in energy. Existing networks would allow biogas to be sourced from remote markets that are rich in low-cost biomass (Russia or Scandinavia for example).
Obtaining biogas through the process of anaerobic fermentation is considered the most efficient method due to that it does not contribute to existing pollution, it protects the environment and brings added value to both social and economic level. Thus,"The influence of substrate processing degree on biogas yielding process" represents a contribution of the author to the enrichment of worldwide experimental researches, through the different mixtures used as substrate during testing, as well as through the analysis of the plant behavior during the comminution mechanical processing, respective mixing in liquids, simulating the mechanical process of stirring from anaerobic fermentation. Also, the book is in alignment with the innovative requirements and recommendation of the European Union regarding energetic security and independence and the exploitation of renewable sources of energy.
Energy crisis has become one of the most concerning issues throughout the world including emerging developing country like Bangladesh. Scientific community has unequivocally agreed that renewable energy is the only solution to face this challenge. A number of researches on renewable energy (e.g., solar, wind, hydor energy & biogas) have been carried out in Bangladesh. So far, biogas and solar energy has been proved to be the best alternative to meet the daily energy demand. However, Bangladesh could achieve more success with biogas in rural areas if socioeconomic, technical and regulatory issues were addressed appropriately. This study analyzed not only these factors but also (i) the present situation of the biogas production, (ii) ways to improve the efficiency and economic benefits of small-scale or farm-scale biogas production, (iii) existing problem associated with small-scale/farms-scale biogas production, (iv) reason behind not using and not using of biogas by the people nearby the user of biogas, (v) economic benefits of small biogas plants and (vi) the ways to improve efficiency by intervening feed stock quality and composition of the small-scale/farms-scale biogas plants.
The book highlights the constructive development of the energy resources and is an attempt to resource the unused energy sources to drive our daily activities. The work focuses on solar thermal system with scheffler technology and fixed dome type biogas plant for generation of electricity in the college and dairy farm respectively. The individual units are placed at its own place to fulfill their own requirement. Addition to this existing 450 street lights are replaced by the solar street lights, that will reduce the significant electricity requirement of the whole campus and togetherly this will leads towards green university proposal. It shows that if these systems are set at dairy farm and college building of University then they will be totally independent in terms of electricity requirement.
The management of solid waste has become a major problem in developing countries and a large fraction consists of organic household waste. This book investigates the environmental impacts and health hazards as a result from inadequate management of this waste flow. It also reports on existing decentralised composting and anaerobic digestions technologies, including: windrow, box/bin/barrel, THM, aerated static pile, in-vessel, vermi, ARTI compact biogas digester and BARC'S NISARG-RUNA. The common constraints for successful implementation of these technologies are discussed, as well as recommendations for future projects. Professionals involved or students studying waste management should find this book a useful tool to gain an insight into the complex interactions between the social, economic and environmental aspects of organic waste management.