It’s true that natural gas as the main fuel for CHP units has faced scrutiny due to concerns about exhaust emissions and its impact on the environment. However, the CHP technology has been continuously improving to minimize emissions and reduce its environmental footprint. Exploring alternative fuel sources is a key aspect of this development.


The usage of sewage gas, also known as biogas, as a fuel for CHP units holds great potential and can be a significant driver for the long-term availability of CHP technology. Biogas is produced through the anaerobic digestion of organic waste materials, such as sewage sludge, agricultural residues, and food waste.

INDOP’s decision to test micro range CHP units with biogas is a commendable step toward diversifying fuel options and expanding the applicability of CHP technology. Adapting components and fine-tuning the unit operation to accommodate biogas requirements is crucial for optimizing performance and ensuring efficient operation.

INDOP Micro CHP Units Running on Biogas for a Circular Economy

Micro CHP units running on biogas have versatile applications, especially in locations with access to sewage gas. These units can be implemented in wastewater treatment plants, agricultural facilities, or any other setting where biogas production is available. By utilizing the biogas generated from organic waste, you not only contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions but also promote circular economy principles by turning waste into valuable energy.

The development of micro CHP units specifically designed for biogas usage opens up new possibilities for sustainable energy generation. It aligns with the broader goals of reducing dependence on fossil fuels and achieving a cleaner and more resilient energy system. Continued research, development, and adoption of CHP units running on biogas will further propel the industry’s progress toward a sustainable and low-carbon energy sector.