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Powering an Engine with Biogas: How Much Biogas will You Need to Produce Daily?
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If you want to use your biogas digester to power an engine, it should be producing at least10 meter cube of biogas per day. To generate 1 kWh (kilowatt hour) of electricity with a generator, about 1m[sup]3[/sup] biogas is required. So the 10m[sup]3[/sup] biogas will generate 10kwh of electricity.


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Thanks. I think it also depends on methane content of the biogas.
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If people can run petrol gen on cooking gas, it is also possible to do same with biogas. Great idea.
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