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Aberdeen – a city heading towards GREEN ENERGY

Thöni Industriebetriebe GmbH is delighted to be associated with the contract for the construction of a new anaerobic digestion and biogas upgrading plant at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (TECA).

As part of a European call for tenders Thöni has been granted preferred-technology-provider status for the contract to construct a TNV (Thöni wet digestion) anaerobic digestion plant with a biogas upgrader facility. The AD plant will use 81,000 tpy of Aberdeen’s food and agricultural wastes to produce biogas which will be upgraded to biomethane before being injected into the local gas grid and supplied to the TECA arena as bioenergy.

The 100% renewable ‘green’ biogas produced in the digester is processed into bio-methane as a high value high quality fuel for the 21st Century and makes Aberdeen proudly stand-out as Scotland’s energy city of the future. Aberdeen has long been the capital of the North Sea oil industry (between the UK and Norway) and it’s trying find a way to ‘green’ itself into the 21st century.

For further information please contact:

Dr. Robert Lackner