SPIE UK has been appointed by CNG Services Ltd to design, supply and install low voltage (LV) power distribution across a new biogas-to-grid site and anaerobic digestion (AD) plant owned by GWE Ltd in Driffield.
The 8-week project requires SPIE UK to pre-commission all LV power distribution, instrumentation and communication cabling and associated equipment across the new biogas-to-grid site and existing anaerobic digestion plant at GWE’s Sandhill Biogas Plant.
The biogas-to-grid plant will process and upgrade incoming biogas from anaerobic digestion facilities using biodegradable waste through a desulphurisation unit and membrane filtration system. During this process, most of the carbon dioxide within the biogas is separated leaving a >97% methane rich gas, known as biomethane. Biomethane will be injected into the National Grid via the Northern Gas Network.
Steven Farmer, divisional managing director at SPIE UK, said “We’ve developed a good working relationship with CNG Services Ltd over the last five years with SPIE having designed and installed the electrical and instrumentation services for a number of these projects nationwide. It’s always a pleasure and we’re excited to undertake this project together."