Sustainable biomass power projects
A Biogas system can produce both electrical and thermal energy by using the bacterial fermentation in the subsoil: not only it produces energy, but it also begins from what is usually considered as waste, such as food scraps or farm waste or waste from purification systems.
Thus, NVA manages organic waste by designing systems with integrated solutions and with a social and economic outcome, in virtuous projects that generate renewable energy, clean water and fertilizers.
The benefits of sustainable Biogas Power
Create energy, power the industries, generate new energy from waste.
The project keeps in mind the land on which the system will be built, plans the valorization of the land itself and the future dismantling of the system.
Thanks to a sustainable system the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere can be limited and pollution decreased.
Other renewable sources
from the main energy source on earth
from the wind’s kinetic energy.
Green hydrogen power
clean energy without pollutant emission.