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Green energy from leftover breadcrumbs: cogeneration according to Amadori

Antonio Zaritto, Feliciano di Giancarlo
Country: Italy
Original language: Italian

With the aim of reducing energy consumption and improving energy saving, Gruppo Amadori decided to invest in cogeneration from biogas at Mosciano Sant'Angelo plant, in Teramo. Using waste such as proteins, fats and leftover breadcrumbs, the 625 kW plant produces for own consumption 14,800 kW thermal energy and 16,000 kWh of electricity ...

With the aim of reducing energy consumption and improving energy saving, Gruppo Amadori decided to invest in cogeneration from biogas at Mosciano Sant'Angelo plant, in Teramo. Using waste such as proteins, fats and leftover breadcrumbs, the 625 kW plant produces for own consumption 14,800 kW thermal energy and 16,000 kWh of electricity per day.

 

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