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Although Biogas is an age-old product but not many steps for its expansion have been taken until recently.There has to be a technical intervention in increasing the quantity and quality of the biogas and here Rural Gold Energy Pvt Ltd has developed specialised extraction and mobile filtration technology to resolve the problem of small digesters and made them productive for CBG production.We at Rural Gold believe a sum total of many small unit is a huge mass of Energy.
This approach will not only solve the problem of Energy crisis but also a best solution to solid-waste management. At the Community front we are taking small and medium dairy farmers into our programme providing mutual economic benefits for the feed, along with training related to operation & Maintenance of various equipmentused and many more….

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We provide technology assisting in Biogas production and processing. It plays a crucial role in sustainable energy generation and waste management

Biogas Production and Enrichment facility

Rural Gold Energy Pvt Ltd is concentrating on harnessing bio-energy by commissioning 20-25 cubic metre capacity digesters at the dairies and livestock farmers having minimum of 30-40 cows. We install flexi digesters at dairies around the countries with feed hopper with mixing arrangement, slurry storage tank and gas holder. We have done extensive research on various stages of biogas generation like feeding, seeding, stirring, agitation,dilution ratio and gas collection. There are certain materials and media which can acceleration the rate of fermentation in anaerobic conditions, which directly affects the pace of gas production. We are utilizing this experience to enhance the gas production. We are committed for production of clean and green energy for sustainable growth.So, we concentrate on both Quality and Quantity of gas produced. In order to achieve the above requirements, Weare using specially fabricated filtration unit which filters raw biogas to extract Methane from other trash gases like carbon dioxide, Hydrogen sulphide, Nitrogen, Oxygen etc. Our filtration unit has the filtration efficiency up to 95%, which is the correct requirement for clean and green fuel. After this, Processed gas is compressed up to 200 bar and filled into cylinder and supplied to various gas companies like IOCL, BPCL etc.  

Manure Processing and distribution

Manure Processing and distribution: Rural gold energy pvt ltd is working with a vision to make soil healthy and remove its toxicity due to continuous use of synthetic fertilizers by the use of natural organic substance which improves the soil texture, water retention capacity and fulfills the lacking micronutrients. manure processing and distribution involves the collection, treatment, and utilization of animal waste, primarily from livestock farming operations, to manage its environmental impact and derive value from its nutrients.  

Soil Reclamation

Soil Reclamation: It is the ecological Balance which matters in preserving the life and  its elements on Mother Earth.Due to excessive extraction of resources and uncontrolled use of non renewable fuels, there is a disbalance resulting in Floods, Droughts,Cyclones etc.To reduce this burden on the planet and for a better quality of life ,we need to develop renewable sources of Energy.Biogas is one such source and Rural Gold Energy Pvt Ltd has committed itself in producing clean and Green Biofuels.  

Creation of Biogas Community

Biogas community:-Creating a biogas community to raise awareness about renewable energy produced from biogas decomposition is an excellent initiative by Rural Gold Energy Pvt Ltd. Here are some steps We take to establish and promote the biogas community: Community Engagement and Education: Organize community meetings, workshops, and educational events to raise awareness about the benefits of biogas energy, including its environmental, economic, and social advantages. Capacity Building and Training: Offer training programs and technical assistance to community members interested in establishing their own biogas systems. Provide instruction onconstruction, operation, maintenance, and safety protocols. Empower local technicians, farmers, and entrepreneurs with the skills and knowledge needed to install, operate, and maintain biogas plants, thereby creating local expertise and employment opportunities. Community Partnerships: Collaborate with livestock farmers, and dairies to access organic waste feedstock for biogas production and establish mutually beneficial partnerships. Awareness Campaigns: Launch multimedia awareness campaigns using traditional and digital media channels (such as radio, television, social media, and community bulletin boards) to disseminate information about biogas energy and its benefits. Highlight success stories, case studies, and testimonials from community members who have adopted biogas technology, showcasing its positive impacts on livelihoods, health, and the environment. By implementing these strategies, Rural Gold Energy Pvt Ltd can effectively create a vibrant and engaged biogas community that harnesses the power of renewable energy to improve the lives of rural residents and promote sustainable development.  


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Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Saturday said that 100 new biogas plants will soon be established in Uttar Pradesh. Speaking to reporters in Lucknow before going to the inauguration of the Compressed Bio Gas Plant in Budaun, Puri said that in the last seven years, under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the state has shed the label 'BIMARU' (sick) state and has done excellent work in every sector. "Today a new compressed biogas plant is going to be inaugurated in Budaun and the foundation stone of new compressed biogas plants will also be laid in eight other districts of the state," he said. Puri said that the process of land selection for setting up 37 plants is complete. According to a statement by the UP government, Puri said that the Budaun plant, developed on 50 acres with an investment of about Rs 135 crore, will produce about 14 tonne of compressed biogas every day, and will be instrumental in stubble management. Earlier, Adityanath called biogas the best option to realise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of 'Waste to Wealth'. Biogas is not only a solution to the problem of smog in NCR (National Capital Region) but also a means to increase the income of farmers, he said. According to Union Petroleum Secretary Pankaj Jain, under the biofuel policy of UP, there is a provision of a grant of up to Rs 20 crore for the establishment of bioenergy plants.

High time to recreate biogas development & training centres to sustain India’s compressed biogas sector
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The Indian government has announced various initiatives to promote the production of compressed biogas (CBG) using diverse sources such as agricultural and municipal waste following the Budget 2023-24 statement in February. These efforts aim to facilitate the utilisation of CBG in the transportation sector.  Recent facilitative measures include the establishment of a special fund for partial guarantee, funded through the Swachh Bharat Mission, and to be housed in the Housing and Urban Development Corporation.  Additionally, a special subsidiary focused on waste processing is proposed to be established under Engineers India Ltd. Noteworthy announcements also include the introduction of a 5 per cent CBG Blending Obligation and Market Development Assistance set at Rs 1,500 per tonne for fermented organic manure produced from CBG projects. There are currently 74 operational CBG plants, while 432 plants are either in the process of development or are yet to commence construction, according to information from the Gobardhan portal, the central registration portal for biogas / CBG / bio compressed natural gas plants. The ultimate goal is to establish 5,000 CBG plants nationwide under the Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation scheme.  Despite significant support from the central government and specific state governments, more than 90 per cent of the operational plants are functioning below their intended production capacity. This can be attributed to various factors such as inadequate pre-planning, a shortage of skilled personnel for efficient plant operation, limited understanding of feedstocks and the supply chain, insufficient knowledge about bio-slurry characteristics and methods for enrichment, and a lack of expertise in selecting the appropriate technology partner.  Although anaerobic digestion technology has proven to be effective, a deficiency in scientific knowledge necessary for plant operation could leave these facilities on the brink of inactivity. There is a strong desire to avoid a repetition of the Jatropha biodiesel story and prevent the failure of this environmentally friendly energy initiative. The Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy created eight Biogas Development and Training Centers (BDTC) located at technical institutions, Indian Institutes of Technology and universities in the country.  These centres have been designated to offer technical assistance to various stakeholders in advancing bioenergy initiatives in the country. Their primary responsibilities involve providing technical support and delivering training sessions based on MNRE-approved courses to ensure the efficient implementation of the biogas program nationwide. Additionally, these centres are engaged in research and development within the field of biogas technology and conduct field inspections of biogas plants. The BDTCs were established initially to guide and inspect small (1-25 cubic metres) and medium-sized biogas plants (above 25-2500 m3). Despite the shift from traditional biomass energy (biogas) to modern bioenergy, such as biomethane or CBG, the existing hand-holding centres remain unchanged. There is an urgent need to recreate these centres, enhancing their technical expertise and research infrastructure, transforming them into Compressed Biogas Development and Training Centers. One of the primary challenges encountered by CBG plants pertains to the testing of biomethane potential in their feedstock and assessing the nutrient content of solid and liquid fermented organic manure.  Currently, users are required to pay substantial amounts for these analyses, often treated as consultancy projects. Additionally, not all BDTC centers possess the necessary scientific instruments for such testing. It is crucial to allocate funds to BDTC centres for acquiring advanced scientific instruments tailored for CBG plant testing, and a reasonable fee should be established for timely analyses. Presently, there are eight BDTC centres in the country, and there is an immediate need to expand this number, particularly in high-potential CBG states like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Haryana, Gujarat, Bihar, West Bengal, Rajasthan, among others, which currently lack these centres. Another vital aspect is to augment the skilled manpower at BDTCs. The existing staffing structure includes a project investigator, two technical staff members and three non-technical staff members. Given their diverse responsibilities, including project evaluation, training, inspection and mentoring, it is imperative to hire individuals with strong technical knowledge in CBG and relevant experience. Their wages should be revised to be on par with scientist-level positions to ensure motivation and unbiased work.  With the increasing number of CBG plants, the demand for skilled CBG manpower will rise. Therefore, introducing an innovative one-year diploma course specific to CBG under BDTC centres is proposed to prepare skilled candidates for the future.  Furthermore, the frequency of onsite and online training should be increased with a revised content that reflects the current CBG landscape, as the existing courses primarily focus on small and medium-scale biogas projects. The lack of awareness about BDTC centres due to poor online presence and an unfriendly user interface is a significant issue. To address this, a centralised website for BDTCs should be established, providing clear information on necessary contacts, sample characterisation charges and timelines. The website should also detail the training programmes, including course materials. Monthly webinars conducted by BDTC staff can help keep stakeholders informed about technical aspects, policy updates and successful practices. The revitalisation of BDTCs could have a substantial positive impact on India's transition to modern bioenergy, ensuring the success of India's CBG endeavors rather than experiencing failure.