In part 4 of Agrihub’s 6-part video series, Host Dan Cloutier, Director of Regenerative Agriculture, explores the intelligent response towards Biogas.
Biogas is a type of renewable energy produced by the breakdown of organic matter, such as agricultural waste or sewage, in the absence of oxygen. Biogas is produced through the anaerobic digestion of organic matter, such as manure or crop residues. This process captures methane, a potent greenhouse gas, and converts it into a usable form of energy, such as electricity or heat. Biogas can also be refined and upgraded to natural gas standards, making it a potential replacement for fossil fuels. In addition to providing a source of clean energy, biogas production can also reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help to manage waste.
Biogas plays a key role in regenerative agriculture as it is a source of renewable energy. In addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the use of biogas can also improve soil health and fertility by returning the nutrient-rich digestate to the land as fertilizer. Overall, biogas can help support sustainable and regenerative agricultural practices by providing a source of clean energy and improving soil health.
Here are the key topics covered in part 4:
- Partners and finance structure 1:31
- Hub and spoke considerations 6:58
- Renerwable natural gas capturing 9:46
- Digester scale options 13:59
- Adding concentrated solar power to system designs 22:41
- Poultry waste value chain 25:41
- A dairy vertical: integrated building systems 26:46
This post is sponsored by Agro Resilience Kit (ARK Ltd). Agro Resilience Kit (ARK Ltd) supports entrepreneurs, organizations, and communities with sustainable food & energy production systems. By closing the loop and leveraging agile frameworks, the company helps businesses grow organically and cultivate a consumer-first mindset. Offering a variety of solutions from Aquaponics systems to Concentrated Solar Boilers, ARK has a track record of successful projects putting forward sustainable practices. Find out more here.
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