biogas

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biogas

[′bī·ō‚gas]
(materials)
A mixture of methane and carbon dioxide generated from the bacterial decomposition of animal and vegetable wastes.
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Singh was responsible for much of the research on small scale digesters) of the Gobar Gas Research Station in India.
But gobar gas is one of the best sources of cheap fuel for energy after hydro system in Pakistan.
They want gobar gas power plant in Bhains Colony, Landhi to be duplicated in large numbers, though many of the new plants can be small - generating power in KWs and not MWs.
It has already shifted 50 tube wells to gobar gas and has raised a study centre under Pakistan Council for Renewable Energy Technologies at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad (UAF).
It was noted that gobar gas can meet significant part of energy needs as it offers a convincing AE system for industries too.
Beginning with a 5-10KV gobar gas plant in Faisalabad, Rural Support Programs Network (RSPN) plans to raise about 3,000 gobar gas plants in 12 districts of Central Punjab.
One blessing, which is unfortunately largely ignored by public and engineers, is biomass and gobar gas produced in lakhs of tons daily.
He said vast opportunities of generating energy from bio-mass and gobar gas exist in Punjab and we will fully benefit from these to minimis energy crisis.