Gruner Renewable Energy to Launch Asia's Largest Compressed Biogas Plant in Gujarat

Gruner Renewable Energy plans to build a compressed biogas plant in Navsari, Gujarat, costing Rs 220 crore. Expected to produce 44 tonnes of biogas per day, the plant aims to contribute to India's sustainable energy goals and reduce the country's crude oil import bill.


PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 17-06-2024 14:20 IST | Created: 17-06-2024 14:20 IST
Gruner Renewable Energy to Launch Asia's Largest Compressed Biogas Plant in Gujarat
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In a significant move towards sustainable energy, Gruner Renewable Energy announced on Monday their plans to set up a compressed biogas (CBG) plant in Gujarat at an estimated cost of Rs 220 crore.

The upcoming plant in Navsari is anticipated to generate 44 tonnes of biogas per day, utilizing cost-effective feedstocks such as paddy, pressmud, canetrash, and municipal solid waste (MSW). This marks an annual yield of over 16,000 tonnes of biogas, as per their official statement.

'Gruner Renewable Energy, in collaboration with a leading business conglomerate, is setting up Asia's largest compressed biogas plant in Navsari, Gujarat. The project's estimated cost is approximately Rs 220 crore,' the company confirmed.

Gruner Renewable Energy Founder and CEO Utkarsh Gupta emphasized the importance of such initiatives in reducing India's dependence on fossil fuels. He stated that the establishment of the CBG plant will be pivotal in significantly lowering the nation's crude oil import expenses.

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