The partnership aims to provide “state-of-the-art, turnkey technology solutions” for turning organic waste into renewable energy for producing both biogas and electricity as well as organic fertilizers.
The partnership sets the tone of cooperation between the two organizations and contains several collaborations that include creating and developing biogas plants with various capacities starting from 50 kW and up to 5 MW using the advanced dry fermentation technology in biomass.
Karl-Heinz Restle, CEO and founder of Renergon, said, “The Renergon EnviroTaqa partnership brings together industry leaders with proven technologies who recognize the need for an integrated solution approach to advancing the deployment of biogas plants in Egypt.”
Dr. Metwalli Elnoubi, EnviroTaqa chairman and Abdelhakam Mashhour, EnviroTaqa CEO, both affirmed, “The importance of energy security for Egypt and the signing of this partnership reinforces and creates a great competitive opportunity in the field of energy supply from biomass and dry fermentation technology, which is supporting various sectors in the region.”
And they add that EnviroTaqa is planning to build and operate several biogas power plants in Egypt that will produce a total of 10 MW electricity for the next five years, 2020-2025.
By 2030 EnviroTaqa planning to increase the numbers of biogas plants to produce 50 MW of electricity that will be produced from biomass with a total increase in investment levels.
EnviroTaqa said in a press release, “it is delighted to partner with Renergon for reaching our common goals together and supporting the different sectors together in Egypt.”