Datenbank der Projekte zur ländlichen Entwicklung
Dairy Farm Renewal and Construction of a Biogas Plant near Kapuvár
A company received funds from the EAFRD for the construction of a biogas plant for its cow-rearing agricultural complex in Western Transdanubia near Kapuvár.
Production-waste (cattle manure) of the cow-breeding complex can be used as conventional natural gas for heating and energy production.
The objective of the project was to make use of the production waste (cattle manure) of the cow-breeding agricultural complex for the production of energy.
To achieve this objective an engineering project for the construction of a biogas plant for a cow-rearing agricultural complex near Kapuvár has been the main activity of the project. According to the biogas plant design, production-waste (cattle manure) of the cow-breeding complex is used to produce energy. Recycling of biological waste gives biogas and electricity.
Results & Benefits
The biogas treatment system, the co-generation units, the methane filling stations and the waste water treatment systems have been functioning. The biogas plant has been functioning both as a purification station and a thermoelectric plant. The new dairy farm for 1,000 cattle has been producing 25,000 tons of liquid manure annually. The capacity of the electricity station is 526 kilowatt-hour of electricity. In addition, the investment has created 16 new employment posts.
Cattle manure is not a fertilizer itself. In order to become a fertilizer it needs time (6-7 months). The longer manure is stored the more nutrients it loses. Biogas technology allows production of natural fertilizer in a short period of time. Such fertilizer is rich in active elements and micro-elements.
Project location and other information
Western Transdanubia, Győr-Moson-Sopron County, Kapuvár
Total project cost (€)
EAFRD contribution (€)
Private contribution (€)
+36 96 250 059
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At a glance
Final beneficiary type
< €20 000
Theme / Measure:
Competitiveness of Agriculture & Forestry
Restructuring, developing physical potential, and promoting innovation
125. Infrastructure related to the development and adaptation of agriculture and forestry
Bioenergy, Manure, Employment, Energy, Energy efficiency