The biomethane station in Litomyšl has started its trial operation. The “green gas” will be injected into the gas network, it will produce 1.7 million cubic meters per year
The Litomyšl Agricultural Cooperative of Breeders and Growers has started the trial operation of its new biomethane station. It produces “renewable natural gas” from biogas derived from animal and plant agricultural waste and then injects it into the existing Gasnet gas network. The project also includes a compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station at the adjacent site in the village of Dolní Újezd. The entire investment worth more than 50 million crowns was carried out by HUTIRA – BRNO and HUTIRA green gas. This is the first biomethane production technology in the Czech Republic that is connected to an agricultural biogas station, CNG filling station and gas injection into the gas network.