Several contributions from the farmers, research institutes and the
industry has led to the production of biogas as a mature technology, the purification process of biogas has been made simpler and a wide variety of substrates or raw materials are being used in the process.
Many flow meter companies have jumped into the biogas measurement market, but not all technologies can handle this tough application. Lets look at why biogas measurement is so challenging and how it can be best handled.
Ductors technology harnesses the power of underutilized biomass with high nitrogen content such as poultry manure. "With this technology, we are now solving the biggest problem for the biogas economy: high operating expense coming from expensive feedstock and the disposal cost of digest," says Ari Ketola, CEO of Ductor.
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