For 40 years AB has been working alongside its customers helping them to improve their competitiveness with energy savings while reducing their environmental footprint.
Thanks to an in-depth knowledge of production processes in the agricultural world, AB is able to study flexible solutions that meet the customer’s operational requirements and that lead its company into the future of bioenergy, increasingly bound to a circular economy and to energy transformation.
Since 1981, AB has tackled the challenges posed by energy sustainability, working alongside our customers to improve their competitiveness while saving energy and reducing emissions. From our earliest days, we have focused on innovation to develop world-class technologies and processes dedicated to transforming the world of energy.
Our objective? To ensure our customers benefit from the best energy sustainability solutions available anywhere. How? By dedicating our expertise, production capacity and excellent service capabilities to the problems at hand. In the cogeneration sector, AB’s leadership team has expanded our company’s reach to encompass biofuels. We have developed advanced purification and liquefaction processes for biomethane, coupled with highly effective emissions treatment.
We take pride in the “Made in Italy” level of excellence we offer. The AB Group now boasts over 1,000 employees in 20 countries throughout Europe, Russia and North and South America, with primary production and engineering centralized in a state-of-the-art industrial complex located in Orzinuovi, Province of Brescia, Italy.
Our customers rely on us to develop the “better way” to support them with the skills, technologies and processes, so they perform at their best. Together, we are helping build a better world.
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BIOCH4NGE® is the system created and manufactured by AB to produce biomethane from biogas. Compact, modular and versatile, it requires short installation…View More
A biogas cogeneration system comprises of two parts: one for the fermentation and production of biogas, which includes one or more fermenters,…View More