Energy from biomass - that’s typical for the Oldenburger Münsterland. Agriculture and food industry have always played a special role in North-West Germany. In the production and refinement large quantities of organic waste, food remains, slaughterhouse waste and slurry accrue. Other business models are based on energy plants respectively renewable raw materials (NaWaRo).
Biogas systems serve as catalysts. Electricity and heat are generated from organic materials and can be used in many ways, or can profitably fed into the national grid. The unique recycling system makes bio-gas plants so successful - in the Oldenburger Münsterland and all over the world.
bwe Energiesysteme has been building plants right from the start - with extensive know-how in the fields of process biology, heating installation, CHP service and recurring inspection.