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BY Tali Aaron : May 6

World's Largest Cow Manure Biogas Project in China will use GE Jenbacher biogas engines

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China is launching the largest biogas project in the world, using the Austrian Jenbacher biogas engines developed by GE for their new Liaoning Huishan Cow Farm. The facility will convert cow manure to gas to produce 38,000 MWhs per year, which will then be sold to China's state power grid.  It will also provide organic fertilizer that can be used in cow pastures, as well as added to nearby soil to increase organic agricultural production. The biogas project will also reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 180,000 tons per year.

Xu Guangyi, vice president of Liaoning Huishan Cow Farm, admits this technology can solve a lot of challenges resulting from waste generated by large livestock facilities while maximizing China's commitment to economical energy. The CEO of GE Power and Water, Prady Iyyanki, explained that "our Jenbacher biogas engines allow us to provide customers with a cost-effective, high-output means of generating power by using waste material from agriculture as an alternative energy source while substantially and measurably reducing emissions." They are not wasting time, either, because commercial operation of the Huishan Cow farm will begin in September of 2010.

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  10. tammy on April 28, 2011 at 12:13 pm


    why isn't our politians are not responding to this type of recycle manufacturing. getting framers involved in this process. lake erie is suffering bad with all the run off of farm chemicals and manure. help save the rivers and lakes.

  11. Ron Kirchner on February 17, 2011 at 4:42 am


    Besides the the economical value it has also double positive effects on the ecobalance to produce biogas out of cow manure!

    First: it produces carbondioxid-neutral bioenergy

    Second: it uses the methan which would be set free by the manure

    I really would like to know what kind of performance this biogas plant will have if it is supposed to be the largest plant in the world - maybe 100 MW??

    Thanks for the interesting news around biogas!

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  13. Sajjad Umeed KK on May 26, 2010 at 12:29 am


    woww nice to see that...
    dear all how i get job in any ge jenbacher power plant?? i have more than 10years exp in gas engine and approx: 04 year in ge jenbacher..

    any buddy guide me??

    br,

    KK

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