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HPCL starts its first cow dung based compressed biogas project

HPCL Compressed Biogas Project: HPCL’s uses first of its kind Waste-to-Energy portfolio, uses 100 tonnes of dung per day to make biogas, which may be used as vehicle fuel. In a year, the HPCL Compressed Biogas Project project is expected to be put into operation. The GOBAR-Dhan plan, announced by the Indian government in April 2018 as a part of the Swachh Bharat Mission’s (Grameen) Biodegradable Waste Management component, is the framework under which the HPCL Compressed Biogas Project initiative is being developed.

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About HPCL Compressed Biogas Project:

  • The HPCL Compressed Biogas Project project is being developed under the GOBAR-Dhan scheme, which was introduced by the Indian government in April 2018 as a part of the Swachh Bharat Mission’s (Grameen) Biodegradable Waste Management component.
  • The HPCL Compressed Biogas Project scheme aims to improve cleanliness and produce wealth and energy from organic waste and livestock.
  • At Shree Godham Mahatirth Pathmeda Lok Punyarth Nyas, Village Pathmeda, Tehsil Sanchore District Jalore in Rajasthan, the project’s groundbreaking ceremony was held.
  • Senior HPCL officials including ED Biofuel & Renewables Shuvendu Gupta were present at the occasion.

HPCL Compressed Biogas Project: Biogas

  • Biogas is a mixture of gases generated from natural materials like agricultural waste, manure, municipal waste, plant material, sewage, green waste, and food waste.
  • The main gases in biogas are methane, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen sulphide.
  • Biogas is a renewable source of energy.

HPCL Compressed Biogas Project: Biogas Uses and Componenets

Biogas Use

Biogas can be used in all gas applications, such as direct combustion absorption heating and cooling, cooking, space and water heating, drying, and gas turbines.

Biogas Componenets

  • Methane (CH4), a substance found in natural gas, and carbon dioxide make up the majority of biogas (CO2).
  • Raw (untreated) biogas may contain between 40% and 60% methane, with the majority of the remaining gas being CO2, with a small quantity of water vapour and other gases.

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