The solar energy systems of the test field meet the energy needs of the kitchen during the summer months. In their search for a complement for the winter months when there is insufficient sunshine, the SolarVillage team chose a biogas solution. This technique, well-established in Nepal and China, has been modified and built for European conditions as a research and a training project of the Global Campus. Biogas can be generated from any form of biomass, through anaerobic processes in a sealed system. Tamera produces various forms of biomass during the year: food waste, tree and shrub prunings, horse manure and human faeces in the compost toilets. The objective of this micro-biogas system is to use this potential to generate ecologically sound, non-polluting energy.
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biogas_digester.pdf (english) - by Valerio Marazzi - ARCÚ, Italy
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