Is Bio-P2G technologically attractive as contribution towards balancing the supply and demand of renewable energy?

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Abstract

The Bio-P2G-program (Bio-Power to Gas) at the Hanze University of Applied
Sciences evaluates the technologic feasibility of the biological reduction of carbon
dioxide with hydrogen to methane (biomethanation: 1 CO2 + 4 H-> CH4 + 2 H2O)
Chemically, this process is known as the Sabatier reaction, but within anaerobic
digestion the biological methanation is catalyzed by a specific group of
microorganisms: the hydrogenotrophic methanogens.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2016
Event25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) 2017 - Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 12 Jun 201715 Jun 2017
Conference number: 25th
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Conference

Conference25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) 2017
Abbreviated titleEUBCE 2017
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period12/06/1715/06/17
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Keywords

  • energy supply
  • renewable energy
  • biomethanation
  • hydrogenotrophic methanogens
  • community analysis
  • BioP2G
  • methanomicrobiales
  • methanosarcinales

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    Hofstede, G., Apol, E., Wedema, R., Nap, J. P., & Faber, F. (2016). Is Bio-P2G technologically attractive as contribution towards balancing the supply and demand of renewable energy?. Paper presented at 25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) 2017, Stockholm, Sweden.