Research document Agro-Cycle Project

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The 'AgroCycle' project investigates whether a cooperation of farms can become self-sufficient in energy and fertilization by using manure and organic waste streams for the production of energy, green fuel and green fertilizers by means of anaerobic digestion (AD). In the project, the project partners aim to link the nutrient cycle (from manure to digestate to green fertilizer) to a self-sufficient energy system (biomass to biogas to green fuel for processing the land) through the combined production of biogas and green fertilizers. The financial feasibility of a bio-digester is highly dependent on the use and economic value of the digestate. This combined approach increases both feasibility and sustainability (environmental impacts and CO2 emissions). To explore the feasibility of the aforementioned concept, use is made of the existing 'BioGas simulator' model developed by Hanze UAS to simulate the technical process of decentralized production of biogas and the economic cost.
Originele taal-2English
UitgeverijHanzehogeschool Groningen
Aantal pagina's65
StatusPublished - 30 apr 2019

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Biofuels
Biogas
biogas
Fertilizers
Manure
Manures
fertilizers
Research
animal manures
Economics
economic costs
Anaerobic digestion
organic wastes
anaerobic digestion
energy
renewable energy sources
economic valuation
Fertilization
Biomass
Farms

Keywords

  • energietransitie
  • bio-afval
  • duurzaamheid

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Pierie, Frank ; D'Souza, Austin. / Research document Agro-Cycle Project. Hanzehogeschool Groningen, 2019. 65 blz.
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