In the fight against global warming, renewable energies are gradually becoming an important part of our energy mix. According to the energy transition law, 10% of the gas distributed in France must come from agricultural methanisation. Methanisation is the result of the decomposition of organic waste in the absence of oxygen, such as crop residues or animal waste.
In the Nièvre department, we have been involved in a scalable solution of hybrid solar (photovoltaic rooftop covering his barn) and methane (biogas plant) production project for a cereal farmer.
To anticipate the increase in power needs of the site, from Ormazabal we have delivered a main low voltage board and a transformer, already compatible with the site future development.
This energy production is entirely reinjected into the distribution network.
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