Peer Steinbruck and AVA-CO2 on a visit to the bio-energy park Saerbeck SPD candidate for Chancellor Peer Steinbruck was not bad as he on August 7 the bio-energy park Saerbeck attended. Because the small municipality in the great has: by no later than the year 2030 would like to turn to the own energy supply to renewable energy. A concept in which in addition to wind, photovoltaic and biogas, also the Biochar AVA cleancoal”should be used by AVA-CO2. Thomas M. Klausli CMO and media spokesman for AVA-CO2 was as project partners on the spot and spoke with Steinbruck on the hydrothermal Carbonisation (HTC) and the possibility of storing energy in the form of CO2 neutral organic carbon. The world’s first HTC plant on an industrial scale in operation in October 2010 took advantages of the hydrothermal Carbonisation of the Swiss company. AVA-CO2 worldwide provides solutions for the sustainable use of biomass for energy.
As a pioneer of the hydrothermal Carbonisation plant, builds and operates the company on behalf of its customers of HTC plants the plant, Residual materials, tonnes of organic waste, sewage sludge, beer residues, straw etc. efficiently and profitably to high-quality organic carbon “AVA cleancoal” or “AVA biochar” processing into fertilizer. The process binds greenhouse gases and ensure a neutral CO2 balance. One of the big advantages of AVA cleancoal”compared to wind or photovoltaic systems is the basic load capacity. Neither wind nor Sun are required for the procedure. A decentralized energy generation can be ensured solely with regional biomass waste.
“And exactly from this expertise and innovative technology to the energy park Saerbeck benefit in the next few years”, explained Ron. “He is proud to be on a very important project” and looks at the support on the part of the policy as necessary to advance the energy transition. ” Also Peer Steinbruck was very taken with the HTC method, in particular the possibility energy in AVA cleancoal”aroused his interest to save and obtain, if necessary, and that this regional biomass waste using find, convinced him. At the end of the event the Chancellor candidate was highly satisfied with his visit and wish everyone good luck in the further implementation of the bio-energy park project Saerbeck. The positive response and the motivational and laudatory words of the Chancellor candidates are a good place to start”, Ron finds. About AVA-CO2 AVA-CO2 worldwide provides solutions for the sustainable use of biomass for energy. As a pioneer of the hydrothermal Carbonisation (HTC) plans, builds and operates AVA CO2 HTC systems that process vegetable residues efficiently and profitably to high-quality, CO2 neutral organic carbon or CO2 negative Biochar on behalf of its customers.