Integration of biomass and wind power for biogas enhancement and upgrading via hydrogen assisted anaerobic digestion



SYMBIO project

This application is proposing an innovative process in which hydrogen produced by water electrolysis using peak load/excess electricity from wind mills, will be biologically converted by binding CO2 to CH4. This biologically catalyzed reaction can be utilized withintwo main objectives, namely

  1. Biogas upgrading and enhancement
  2. Decoupling biogas production from biomass availability
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The SYMBIO project consortium combines multidisciplinary competences and resources. It consists of three research groups from DTU and SDU, one educational insitute, Energinet, and an international expert from University of Montreal, Department of Microbiology and Immunology and National Research Council, Canada.

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