Biogas Balikesir Biogas Turkey! Turkey continues to grow and develop day by day. This development is in the desired direction or not. But under any circumstances, It is clear that Turkey needs more energy and needs to figure it out somehow.
The Turkish-German Biogas Project was launched between the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and the Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Security of the Federal Republic of Germany, he said.
Turkish people need to be informed about many things as well as biogas. Foreign companies investigate Turkey's energy sector, allocate funds to it and seek a market for themselves.
Germany, which has made major energy breakthroughs, has also made an attempt to do so. The project, carried out by the German International Co-operation Authority and the General Directorate of Environmental Management, is supported by German government funds, he said.
Biogas Balikesir Biogas Turkey Project Study
''We did an analysis study while preparing the project. Provincial screening was carried out in Turkey in order to determine the potential of the region. As a result of the study, we found that there is enough animal waste potential to operate 4,500 biogas facilities in Turkey. With biogas from animal waste only, it is possible to meet 6-11 percent of Turkey's energy needs. The use of chemical fertilizers will also be significantly reduced by the use of fermentation edicts as fertilizers after biogas production. In this way, agricultural waste-induced nitrate in groundwater will be prevented.''
Within the scope of the project, kirsehir Cicekdağ and Balıkesir Gönen two sample biogas facilities are supported by the establishment of age, businesses completed by 2014, said that the goal is to start electricity generation. In addition, Balıkesir, Bandirma, Gönen's biogas facilities are produced in the capacity to produce waste is obvious. As a Bandirma, I hope that companies such as Banvit and Sugar Chick will increase their support for biogas facilities in Bandirma. I believe that the name of the Bandirma region will become more and more known by renewable energy.
As a Turkish citizen, do you think it is a crime to wholeheartedly ask that such initiatives be made on our own rather than in common?