Economical efficacy of the biogas plant

The economic efficiency of biogas plants is determined by a number of different factors, the most important of which are: the cost of feedstocks, investment costs and efficiency of the chosen and realized technology, operating costs, such as the biogas plant’s own energy consumption, number of annual operating hours, amount of generated electric current, possibilities for the utilization of the generated heat-energy, etc.

After considering all technological, investment and operating factors, the First Hungarian Biogas Ltd. recommends its clients biogas plants, which can be operated both safely and economically.