In this difficult situation, biogas produced on farms, is now emerging as an alternative.
Biogas is usually made in cylinders – placed in the middle of fields, on farms. Every day, the farmers put organic waste, mainly animal manure, corn and grass into the storage tanks. The process called methanation will take place inside caused by bacteria, thereby creating biogas.
A small plant can provide heating energy for about 20 households, thereby helping the community to become energy self-sufficient. This month, the German government expressed its desire to ‘increase production of green gases’ in response to rising energy prices. Currently, biogas only accounts for 1% of gas consumption in Germany.
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