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Together for the Energy of Tomorrow

Nordmethan GmbH plans, develops and operates energy plants for the production and use of biomethane and biogas. Headquartered in Vechta, Lower Saxony, the company has been active throughout Germany since 2008. The core segments of Nordmethan comprise the temporary and permanent operation of biomethane and biogas plants, power and heat contracting as well as energy management.

Profound Plant Operation Experience

Nordmethan comes from the field of biogas plant operation with gas processing technology. Meanwhile, the highly developed Nordmethan plants in east and central Germany produce 27.8 million standard m³/year of natural gas-grade biomethane. This biomethane is fed into the public gas grid and is thus available throughout Germany. The portfolio now also comprises a number of conventional biogas plants with a total electrical capacity of 5.6 MW.

Self-Produced Biomethane Ensures Stable Energy Prices throughout Germany

Using its own biomethane and proven technologies, Nordmethan also supplies power and heat to its customers throughout Germany. 16 decentralised combined heat and power plants generate a total thermal output of 8.6 MW for municipalities as well as small and medium-sized enterprises, e.g. in the fields of horticulture and housing construction. The customers benefit from low energy prices without any risk, as the cost of establishment, operation and maintenance of the CHP plants is borne by Nordmethan.

Joint Energy Concepts

Nordmethan lives by the principle "Together for the Energy of Tomorrow". Together with the plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER, wide parts of the biogas value chain are covered. The experience gained from this cooperation forms the basis for today's successful technical and administrative operation of biogas plants – permanently or as an interim solution. Nordmethan also boasts competencies in future-oriented energy concepts, optimisation of existing process heat plants and efficient management of energy flows.

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