SAAF Energy, Bristola USA collaborate to step-up biogas development

Both SAAF and Bristola look to clean up the environment by harnessing the power of carbon-negative anaerobic digestion technology systems and create a safer, bankable, and integrated lifecycle solution for users.

Pune based SAAF Energy has announced that it has entered into a strategic investment and partnership with Bristola USA. This development opens a bridge and two-way technology transfer between the companies and the US and Indian biogas industries, leveraging the ideal convergence of tech co-creation and mutual market access.

With both the US and Indian biogas markets going through a boom cycle, SAAF India and Bristola USA realized the opportunity to integrate our complementary technologies to provide end users in both countries with clean energy.

SAAF Energy generates renewable energy and biogas from organic waste through their Indo-German range of customized, modular, plug-and-play anaerobic digesters and containerized membrane upgradation technology.

Bristola provides a safer, efficient, and economical solution for cleaning liquid storage facilities through a patented, submersible, robot-based, zero-human-entry tank cleaning system. This strategic platform provides customers in both countries and beyond with a synergistic, lifecycle-oriented, digester solution that is both user friendly and operates fully online.

“SAAF is excited to announce our entry into the fast-growing US biogas market in partnership with our strategic investors Bristola,” said Harshad Kulkarni, Co-Founder, SAAR Energy.

“This US-INDIA partnership represents a meeting of minds and a unique window of opportunity to connect the dots in terms of our respective tech portfolios. The platform opens doors to mutual projects and pipeline in two of the fastest-growing Biogas industries in the world,” added Aashish Dutt, Co-Founder, SAAF Energy.

The official statement held that both SAAF and Bristola are committed to cleaning up the environment by harnessing the power of carbon-negative anaerobic digestion technology systems. They also want to create a safer, bankable, and integrated lifecycle solution for users.

“This partnership is intended to address the global waste, fossil fuel and climate change challenge, by transforming bio-waste into renewable energy, fermented organic manure and quality of life,” said the statement.

Bristola was founded in 2019 by Jared Burma based on passion and experience. Bolstered by a belief that renewable clean energy is the key to our shared future, Bristola operates with one mission in mind: to revolutionize the capture of renewable gases by providing a safer, more efficient, and economical solution for cleaning liquid storage facilities that will successfully reduce their operational downtime and carbon footprint.

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