The BioCat Project, which has been funded by ForskEL (Energinet.dk) and EUDP, brings together some of Europe’s foremost leaders in the field of low-carbon energy systems.
The first BioCat project focused on demonstrating the technical and economic potential of a cutting-edge energy storage technology known as power-to-gas – this project was successfully completed in December 2016.
Now, BioCat continues in a one-year project – BioCat 3 – which is funded by EUDP. Here, the goal is to achieve full system automation as well as to refine the BioCat techno-economic model for operating the system in the current Danish energy environment. Furthermore, this project period will also serve as a complete evaluation of the BioCat system operating envelope.
In addition, Electrochaea continues to maintain and operate the BioCat Plant as a demonstration site, which is open for visitors. The BioCat Plant is part of Biogas Park Avedore, which was officially inaugurated on December 8th 2017 by the Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Christian Lilleholt. If you are interested in visiting the site, please contact Electrochaea for more information on firstname.lastname@example.org