BDI – BioEnergy International AG: Spent-grain-fermentation plant in Göss produces first green electricity
During the completion of the spent-grain-fermentation plant in Göss the first green electricity was fed into the power grid only two months after the official opening.
At the end of January 2016 an important milestone en route to fully automated gas production of the brewery in Göss was reached. Following intensive preparatory work, the combined heat and power plant (CHP) was successfully started up and the first quantity of green electricity was fed into the gas grid.
"With this event the fulfillment of the goal of Heineken's sustainability initiative - "Brewing a Better Future" - moves an important step closer towards carbon neutrality of the commercial brewery Göss. The successful first input of electricity furthermore represents an important step towards achieving the full utilization of the production capacities of the plant", says Dr Edgar Ahn, Member of the Board at BDI – BioEnergy International AG.
"The gradual commissioning of the spent-grain fermentation plant is being followed with great interest and not only in the brewery Göss itself. We are constantly impressed here by how smoothly and professionally the milestones are reached. A further important step in a project that has been very successful so far," says brewmaster Andreas Werner.
About BDI – BioEnergy International AG
BDI – BioEnergy International AG is market and technology leader in the construction of customized BioDiesel plants using the Multi-Feedstock Technology the company has developed itself, which can manufacture BioDiesel from different raw materials, such as Vegetable Oils, Used Cooking Oils and Animal Fats. In the “From Waste to Value” field BDI supplies efficient plant concepts that are designed to produce BioGas from industrial and municipal waste.
BDI has specialised in the development of technologies that make optimum use of resources in the industrial processing of by- and waste products ever since it was established in 1996 and owns an extensive patent portfolio that has resulted from its in-house research and development activities. Together with our subsidiary UIC GmbH we also offer plants and components for the gentle distillation of liquid mixtures in both rough and fine vacuum. Our range of services includes public authority, basic and detailed engineering, installation and start-up as well as After-Sales support.
BDI – BioEnergy International AG and the companies it consolidates currently have 126 employees. The shares of BDI – BioEnergy International AG (ISIN AT0000A02177) are listed in the General Standard Market at Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Contact for further information:
Dr. Edgar Ahn
Member of the Board, CSO