BIO2CHP offers to small and medium industries in the agro-food sector, a bio-based power generator,
which converts organic residues into power at a price 5x lower than the grid. The whole system is included inside a container and operates
at a standalone mode. The system uses the raw residual biomass, that is currently treated as waste or goes to
low added-value channels, for the on-site heat and power production, minimizing both energy and waste handling costs.
Ideal for SMEs and remote facilities.
Depending on the residues' type BIO2CHP becomes financially viable for as low as 100 tons of residues per year.
Designed to operate with raw residual biomass.
Main pretreatment tasks - drying and sampling - are performed automatically as part of the feeding system.
Minimum installation and operating expenses.
The whole system is included inside a container, while its operation is fully controlled and monitored by a cloud-based software.
Modern industries face high energy bills and produce large quantities of by-products, which even though they could be
utilized in their processes providing added value, they are now disposed as wastes. BIO2CHP offers an attractive solution
allowing the utilization of the residues' energy content on-site, to cover most part of the energy needs.
BIO2CHP combines two well established technologies, gasification and gas engines, which are brought together through an
automated control system, allowing energy production in small-scale applications. A working pilot has been developed and
proved it's potential for operation in real life conditions using up-to-date: grape seeds, peach kernels, olive kernels and almond shells.
We are a team of engineers including a PhD in gasification systems design, a MSc in sustainable energy systems, a MSc in business
and economics and a BSc in mechanical engineering, with diversified professional experiences ranging from pure engineering to finance.
Together, we accumulate more than 20 years of experience on R&D and experimental activity on the process of using real life wastes
for energy production, under real life conditions.
Produce energy where and when it is needed, using wastes where and when they are available. Our vision is to enable small-scale
decentralized energy production from biomass wastes, thus allowing industries to exploit the maximum of their feedstock, while
on the same time reducing their environmental footprint.