The 21st century is a time of enormous, constantly growing demand for energy, with the simultaneous rapid depletion of its sources, such as fossil fuels, and a huge negative impact on the natural environment.
The energy transformation towards the use of renewable energy sources (RES) seems to be a necessary and necessary solution. It is the sun, wind or biomass that should be the basic source of energy (green energy).
The growing consumption of societies in developed and developing countries is one of the greatest challenges of today’s world. The rapid economic growth that drives consumption is also manifested in the increase in the amount of waste generated, including bio-waste. This type of waste contains significant amounts of unused energy. However, biowaste not properly processed, e.g. by fermentation to produce biogas, can pose a huge threat to the natural environment.
Investments in pro-ecological closed-loop installations, such as biogas plants, can be a new, stable source ensuring energy independence, while reducing the negative impact of organic waste on the natural environment.
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