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BTS Biogas Announces Expansion of Services into North America

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The Italian-based pioneer of next-generation anaerobic digestion facilities, BTS Biogas today, announced its expansion into North America. Accordingly, the newly formed BTS North America (BTS NA) will serve as the official technology provider to Bioenergy Devco.

Therefore, the companies will facilitate the finance, design, engineering, construction, and operations of sustainable anaerobic digestion projects across the US.

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BTS Biogas announces North American expansion

Earlier today, BTS Biogas announced its expansion into North America. Therefore, the newly formed BTS North America (BTS NA) will serve as the official technology provider to Bioenergy Devco.

Accordingly, the companies will facilitate the finance, design, engineering, construction, and operations of sustainable anaerobic digestion projects across the US.

Moreover, BTS Biogas has 20 years of experience in the design, construction, and operation of more than 230 anaerobic digestion facilities worldwide. Furthermore, BTS Biogas’ technology includes plant-wide real-time telemetry and modular design within a completely enclosed environment.

Also, this technology ensures anaerobic digestion projects. Besides, it enables the efficient incineration of excess organics. All of this while generating carbon-negative renewable energy and healthy soil amendments.

In fact, the Company’s new North American division will be headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland. Furthermore, Christine McKiernan will be in charge of overseeing the new division under the Managing Director position.

Given the current Covid-19 conditions, the space is expected to host employees by the end of 2021.

Reception and forecasts

“We are incredibly proud to bring the BTS Biogas team to North America,” said Franco Lusuriello, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer. Besides, “America’s Mid-Atlantic region is an important incubator for innovative, utility-grade anaerobic digestion technology.”

Also, the Company added, “as the technology provider for Bioenergy Devco’s flagship facilities in Maryland and Delaware, we will continue our critical work of delivering innovative solutions that advance both clean energy and zero waste agendas. Therefore, we look forward to working hand-in-hand with BDC as they extend their reach throughout the US to meet the growing demand for carbon-negative renewable energy for local homeowners and businesses.”

Finally, BTS Biogas’ North American leadership team holds extensive, cross-sector experience in engineering and construction; organics diversion innovation, technology implementation; and renewable energy partnerships.

Therefore, Managing Director Christine McKiernan will manage the subsidiary’s operations and oversee services. For instance, these services include engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contracting, and technology and maintenance.

Before joining BTS NA, Christine led project development efforts around organics recovery facilities in the United States for SUEZ North America.

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