Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Sector

AD Process

Anaerobic digestion (AD) is the process in which organic substances such as plant material, food or animal waste are broken down by microorganisms to either produce clean energy or create a waste management system.

The biomass is subsequently converted to biogas (methane) after a natural four stage chemical process, with the output energy available for use as a source of heating (CHP), vehicle fuel, gas or electricity for the grid.

AD renewable technology enables businesses to successfully reduce waste, efficiently generate renewable energy while lowering their carbon footprint/emissions.

How JCE Energy can support off-grid power generation through Anaerobic Digestion (AD)

At JCE Energy, our team have extensive experience in the design, installation, project management, engineering and maintenance of biomethane power plants in the UK.

Our EPCI capabilities ensure we can manage your AD project from initial concept/feasibility to final commissioning and on-going maintenance, allowing a single line of communication and responsibility to be established.

Alongside reliable, trustworthy and client-focused contracting, our team have over 30+ years experience working within the hazardous area industry, ensuring maximum safety of projects with potential gas releases.

View case study of an AD project in the North-East of Scotland here.