NexGen Energia all set to inaugurate Kushinagar CBG plant in March

The company also has 38 projects in the pipeline poised to revolutionize India's energy landscape.

Renewable energy firm NexGen Energia has said that it will be inaugurating its Compressed Biogas (CBG) plant in Kushinagar district of Uttar Pradesh. The company terms it as a major milestone as the CBG project will harness the potential of Napier grass of the region. The grand inauguration is slated for March and it is situated in Padruana town.

This groundbreaking initiative by NexGen Energia seeks to tackle waste management challenges while offering a renewable energy solution that fosters environmental welfare.

NexGen Energia says that the CBG facility is poised to make a substantial impact on reducing the country’s carbon footprint, catering to the escalating energy demands while minimizing environmental repercussions.

Featuring cutting-edge technology and modern infrastructure, the Kushinagar CBG plant has undergone rigorous testing and quality assurance procedures, ensuring consistent production of clean and sustainable energy.

Dr. Piyush Dwivedi, Chairman, NexGen Energia, said, “We are immensely proud to introduce India’s pioneering compressed biogas plant utilizing Napier grass. This initiative perfectly aligns with our commitment to combat the climate crisis and propel India towards a cleaner and greener future.”

NexGen Energia is at the forefront of harnessing the potential of Napier grass as a primary feedstock for energy generation. With 38 projects in the pipeline, the company is poised to revolutionize India’s energy landscape.

Nishant Tiwari, Director, NexGen Energia says that the implementation of these 38 compressed biogas plants will not only diminish our reliance on fossil fuels but also address waste management issues.

In 2021, Dr. Piyush Dwivedi, revealed to this publication that NexGen Energia aims at setting up 1000 CBG units. The company is also looking at opening over 1000 CNG (CBG) pumps in different locations of India.

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