anessa is a software company specializing in the biogas industry that has developed robust and sophisticated software products to assist clients in assessing, validating and operating anaerobic digestion plants. These innovative software solutions are computerizing the task of anaerobic digestion project assessment and optimization. Our products are designed to bring intelligence and analytics into the workflow of engineering consultants, project developers and the facility owners. Our goal is to help our clients achieve success with their projects as well as provide viable long-term solutions to improve our environment by increasing the number of biogas projects globally.
The preliminary assessment phase and plant operation of a multimillion dollar biogas project can be the difference between its success and failure. Project developers, consulting engineers and plant operators are relying on rudimentary tools and outdated information to complete these complex assessments and operating challenges. The variation in the characteristics of different waste materials and technical complexity of the process make this a more challenging task. Anessa has developed advanced intelligence software products to help the industry.
anessa AD•O is an operation software solution for anaerobic digestion plants provided by anessa. This software helps the facility owners to optimize…View More
anessa provides different software solutions, including a software solution that covers all the steps for an anaerobic digestion project assessment. The software…View More
The anessa Team is excited to announce that they will be presenting and exhibiting during this year’s RNG WORKS: Technical Workshop & Trade Expo hosted by the RNG Coalition in Nashville, Tennessee, from September 21-22, 2022. RNG WORKS will be...
anessa will be helping to provide energy from organic waste in countries located throughout Africa over the next 5 years with its software being bundled with IRCB biogas’s leading-edge Rapid Cellulose Bioreactor (RaCBio) technology at biogas plants. “It is extremely...