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Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between the VALENTIN 600 and 900?
The difference between the VALENTIN 600 and 900 is in the fermentation volume. The smaller VALENTIN holds 580 m3 and the large 891 m3.
More information about the differences can be found in the data sheet (link).
How much does the VALENTIN do? Ede need in the data sheet (link).
The diameter of the base plate of the VALENTIN 600 is 17.5 m. The VALENTIN 900 comes to a diameter of 21.5 m. Additionally, the technology module requires about 6 m2.
How long is the construction period of the VALENTIN?
On a prefabricated concrete foundation the construction time of our VALENTIN is 2 to 3 weeks. Afterwards, the VALENTIN can be put into operation.
Is the VALENTIN really automatic?
The fact that our VALENTIN system is integrated into the farm can be automated. The workload is 15 minutes daily to check the system.
How do I get a secure compensation of 20 years?
By feeding electricity into the public grid according to the EEG 2017 / Energy Sampling Act for small-scale liquid manure plants, fermentation of at least 80% manure and a maximum rated output of 75 kWel.
Why are biogas plants more flexible than wind and solar power plants?
Biogas plants offer flexible sources of revenue. A CHP generates electricity and heat. Electricity for feeding into the power grid or for self-consumption. The heat can be used for adjacent homes, schools, swimming pools and much more.
The biogas is upgraded by a biomethane treatment plant and can be fed into the natural gas grid. This processed biogas is used in various areas (household, fuel, etc.).
The regenerative production of biogas can be well planned and is constant. Wind energy does not deliver electricity during doldrums and there is no solar energy in the dark.