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MicroBioEnergy: generating thermal energy from waste using small-scale technologies

Country: Italy
Original language: Italian

The Microbioenergy project is the result of the collaboration of the Universities of Milan and Padua and Associazione Termocompost Italia and involves small-scale technologies, which can be used for heating buildings, cooking or heating digesters. These technologies recover energy from the aerobic biodegradation of micro-organisms, thereby generating thermal energy from green waste, woodchips and other ...

The Microbioenergy project is the result of the collaboration of the Universities of Milan and Padua and Associazione Termocompost Italia and involves small-scale technologies, which can be used for heating buildings, cooking or heating digesters. These technologies recover energy from the aerobic biodegradation of micro-organisms, thereby generating thermal energy from green waste, woodchips and other types of waste.
A farmhouse in the province of Padua produces 5 Kw of thermal energy, thus proving how efficient and cost-saving this innovation is.

 

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