Biogas Plants

We help investors & project owners to develop, design, build, commission and operate their biogas plant project successful and profitable

Here´s an example on what happens when you add a SLP-hydrolysis to an existing plant.

In Gradec, Croatia, we have increased the performance by 2.8 times. You can find more details in the PDF file (Free Download)

We build biogas plants from the first concept to turn-key.

If you want to have a biogas plant, which

  • has highest biogas yield
  • can process even the most difficult feedstock as straw, Napier, EFB, slaughterhouse waste, etc.
  • is easy to operate

then the SLP High Performance AD plant is perfect for you.

We achieve these results by mocking the cow digestion. The paunch of a cow is our Batch Hydrolysis Tank. In this tank we break down the hardest fibre and can cope the highest organic loads from slaughterhouse waste.

With this front-end Batch Hydrolysis Tank we created a 2-stage digestion system (cow digestion) , while most of the biogas plants run on single stage (pig digestion)

Cattle have 4 stomachs - and can digest cellulose

Pigs have only 1 stomach - and can only digest starch, protein and fat

We design and build biogas plants since 1995.

SLP built more than 50 plants in 14 countries on 4 continents.

The capacity range is from 10 kW to 4 MW.

SLP 2-Stage Biogas Plants with Batch Hydrolysis are ideal for

  • Pomace from fruit juice factories to cope with the acidity
  • Palm oil waste to crack the EFB fibres
  • Napier grass to digest the fibre and even part of the ligno-cellulose
  • Cocoa factories to digest the husk
  • Slaughterhouse to digest the waste and manure
  • Rice straw, grain straw, maize straw

SLP BlOG - Because Biology Matters in your Biogas Plant


The 6 success factors for biogas projects – now in UNIDO’s new publication

UNIDO (United Nation Industrial Development Organization) has accompanied and support numerous biogas, biomass and biofuel projects in the past worldwide. To compile and share experience, UNIDO held an Expert Group Meeting on biomass with participants from various countries and backgrounds to discuss the lessons learnt for successful biomass projects.

Katharina Danner was invited as resource person for biogas, giving her expertise on international biogas projects to the participants.

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The 3 biggest benefits with straw digestion

Benefit 1: Up to 50 % less nutrients at the same biogas quantitiy makes it easier to match with the fertiliser ordinance.

Benefit 2: No new final storage necessary because straw contains only little water. Separation even pulls water out of the system.

Benefit 3: Straw has a calculable price because no animal wants to have it will.

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