Biomass plants are base load capable power and heat providers in the renewables energies sector. Avoiding carbon dioxide besides the goal to achieve a certain independence from fossil energy sources go hand in hand with climate protection and sustainability.
Beginning with the operation of a biomass plant from 2006 on, Fangmeier brought these concepts into his group of companies.
Since 2010 we maintain a strategic partnership with another biomass plant. Connected by a pipeline both plants insert cleaned bio methane into the national natural gas grid.
Virtually taken out of the grid at locations with simultaneous power and heat demand, bio methane provides a very high energy efficiency.
As industrially produced mineral fertilizers represent the main driver of carbon dioxide footprint in agriculture, fermented biomass substrate as a valuable and nearly CO2-neutral fertilizer contributes to the reduction of Fangmeier farm’s footprint, significantly.
Since 2013 Hans-Egon Fangmeier operates a wind turbine supplying his farmstead with wind power.