Yogi Adityanath Inaugurates CEID-Built CBG Plant for IOCL in Gorakhpur

CEID spearheaded the gas generation (EPCC 1) and gas purification (EPCC 4) aspects of the CBG project.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has inaugurated the Compressed Biogas (CBG) plant of ONGC built by CEID Consultant and Engineering Pvt in Gorakhpur, the home turf of the leader. CEID has added another milestone in its journey of contributing to sustainable energy in the country.

CEID said that the gas generation (EPCC 1) and gas purification (EPCC 4) aspects of the project were spearheaded by them. The company is known for its CBG technology approved by MOPNG which is aimed at promoting clean energy solutions and environmental stewardship.

This initiative not only supports the commitment of CEID to sustainable energy but also aligns with the Uttar Pradesh government’s vision for promoting clean and renewable energy sources. By utilizing agricultural waste, the plant is set to generate a minimum of 20 tons of pure compressed Biogas (CBG) per day, making a significant impact on waste management and reducing the carbon footprint associated with traditional farming practices.

The official statement from the company says that, the project stands as a beacon of progress in fostering public-private partnerships for the greater good.

Prince Gandhi, Founder & CEO, CEID Consultant and Engineering Pvt Ltd held, “Our expertise in EPC services has enabled us to deliver innovative solutions that harness renewable resources like paddy straws for clean energy generation. With ongoing collaborations with GAIL and other PSUs and our recent MOU signing with IGL at India Energy Week, we are committed to accelerating the transition towards sustainable energy across India.”

Abhinav Govil, DGM Marketing, CEID added, “This plant signifies our dedication to utilizing agricultural waste, particularly paddy straw, to produce clean energy, generating 20 tons of CBG per day. Our first plant in UP, operating on multi feedstock and producing 5TPD CBG, located in the Hapur district, has been successfully operational for more than a year. With 14 additional plants scheduled for commissioning in UP within the next year, we eagerly anticipate continuing our journey towards a greener future.”

By harnessing 200 tons per day of agricultural waste, the plant not only offers an eco-friendly solution to waste management but also fosters job creation within local communities. Moreover, with CEID overseeing the operation and maintenance, employing 120 individuals, this initiative further contributes to employment generation. By diversifying the energy mix and diminishing reliance on fossil fuels, the CBG plant in Gorakhpur assumes a pivotal role in propelling India’s sustainable development agenda forward.

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