Biogas is a biofuel made from organic matter, such as food scraps, grass trimmings and pig manure. This unconventional fuel source actually makes a lot of sense in Vietname, since pork (26 million) is the largest piece of the country’s meat production. The pork manure in combination with fruit rests can easily been used to produce biogas.
Vietnam is hoping to reduce its impact on the environment. The nation has set a goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by eight percent by 2030. According to Quartz, the country is encouraging residents to swap their wood-burning stoves for biogas.
The industrial production takes place in an AD installation. The CHP units connected to the installation can produce 100 kW to 3000 kW electricity depends on the tonnage input.