CPL CONCORDIA to Provide 24/7 Biogas Upgrade Servicing : HoSt Biogas Secures Italian Partner for Biomethane Upgrade Projects

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Dutch bioenergy firm, HoSt Biogas and Italian environmental technology firm, CPL CONCORDIA, have formed a partnership to supply and service of biogas upgrading installations for the Italian market.

The collaboration will focus on systems to upgrade biogas to biomethane with high efficiency membrane technology supplied with the of 24/7 service support in Italy.

CPL currently has over 300 cogeneration plants in service in Italy and has a widespread presence with the CPL Concordia subsidiaries and offices across Italy, which ensures fast after sales service.

With the cooperation with CPL, HoSt said that it can now offer its solution for the Italian market, resulting in the highest availability and efficiency of biogas upgrading technology.

The company said that it constructed the world’s first commercial plant for upgrading biogas to biomethane using a 3-stage membrane system, and continues to use the design in its systems operating today.

CPL said that it has a presence all over Italy which will enable it to have rapid reaction time to give support on site.

The Italian firm makes use of a managing and monitoring system in which all plants it services are constantly monitored to achieve the highest availability.

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