Bright Renewables (Bright Biomethane) offers well-proven systems to upgrade biogas to biomethane in standard capacities from 40 Nm3/hr to 5,000 Nm3/hr (and higher). This makes Bright Biomethane one of the few suppliers able to deliver the total range from small to large biogas upgrading installations.
Bright Renewables (Bright Biomethane) with their vast experience offers support throughout all process steps from engineering to commissioning and final acceptance. The smart design combined with high quality components guarantee high system availability and low maintenance cost. Since the system arrives on-site fully pre-tested the commissioning can be done quickly. The system operates fully automatic and the advanced controls ensure quick response to fluctuations in the biogas supply. With remote monitoring and customized service & maintenance contracts the efficiency of the operation can be optimized further.
HoSt, the leading supplier of bioenergy systems, divested its biogas upgrading activities to company Bright Biomethane to provide the optimal customers support.
Bioenergy systems play an increasingly important role in the market of renewable energy. Bright Biomethane has the mission to upgrade biogas steams released from biologic waste to a methane-rich product gas, also known as biomethane, to contribute sustainably to the growing global energy demand and contribute to the increasement of this increasingly role in the world of renewables.
Bright Biomethane offers well-proven biogas upgrading systems. The goal for Bright Biomethane is to increase its market share by offering customers a proven and reliable solution through a company that is both knowledgeable and dedicated to providing an excellent level of service and support.
Bioenergy represents a large proportion of the European Union’s renewable energy mix and will continue to do so in the future. Bright Biomethane has the vision to contribute to this goal and become not only the market leader in Europe in the supply of biogas upgrading systems, but to become the global leading supplier. A strong focus on research and development of the technology for practical application forms the basis for Bright Biomethane’s position in the renewable energy market.
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In addition to the production of biomethane the Bright Biomethane systems may be used to recover and liquefy CO2 to create an extra…View More
Bright Biomethane offers well-proven systems to upgrade biogas to biomethane in standard capacities from 40 Nm3/hr to 5,000 Nm3/hr (and higher). This makes Bright…View More
Murcia, Spain – Bright is contracted to develop and deliver a biogas upgrading system at a waste management plant in Murcia, Spain. The biogas waste stream comes from the biogas facility at the waste management plant and the biogas upgrader converts 400...
Barcelona, Spain – Bright Renewables has been contracted for a new biogas upgrading project with membrane technology in the province of Barcelona, Spain. Two waste streams produce 500 Nm3 biogas per hour: 320 Nm3 from a municipality waste stream and 150 Nm3 from a wastewater...
Having completed a successful previous project in Scotland, Bright Renewables has been contracted by the same client for five new projects in Scotland. For four of these projects, Bright will realise biogas upgrading systems. For the fifth project, Bright will...
Bright Renewables has been awarded a contract for the realization of a turnkey CO2 liquefaction plant with a capacity of 800 kg per hour on the West Coast of the United States of America. The CO2 liquefier will be added to an...
Enschede, Netherlands – Bright Biomethane acquired Greenmac, a Dutch biogas upgrading technology specialist, from The RootselaarGroup. Rootselaar is currently in the process of strategical reorientation where the focus will be put more on the core business of pressure vessels, cryogenics...
Sydney, AUSTRALIA – Bright Biomethane goes down under! Partnering with the Australian owned and operated clean energy infrastructure and equipment provider Eneraque, Bright will build its first biogas upgrader in Australia for energy company Jemena at the Sydney Malabar wastewater...