BTS Biogas's internationalization process continues in Thailand.
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BTS Biogas goes to Thailand

BTS Biogas, a company based in Brunico/Bruneck (Alto Adige-Südtirol), Italy's leader in the biogas industry, is continuing its internationalization process in the Asian market. After two years of proactive cooperation, on Thursday, April 3, the final collaboration agreement was signed with Jiamphattana Energy International co., Ltd., for the exclusive distribution of BTS Biogas technology in Thailand.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. BTS Biogas's internationalization process continues in Thailand. Distribution and biogas plant assistance agreement signed with Jiamphattana Energy International. BTS Biogas, a company based in Brunico/Bruneck (Alto Adige-Südtirol), Italy's leader in the biogas industry, is continuing its internationalization process in the Asian market. After two years of proactive cooperation, on Thursday, April 3, the final collaboration agreement was signed with Jiamphattana Energy International co., Ltd., for the exclusive distribution of BTS Biogas technology in Thailand. As stated by Michael Niederbacher, CEO of BTS Biogas, "The international renewable energies market is subject to rapid changes. BTS Biogas is achieving ever-growing success thanks to its large investments in research and development, and its ability to promptly meet the specific needs of various countries." Udomsak Lohachitpitaks, legal representative and Senior Executive Vice President of Jiamphattana Energy International, said "Today's agreement is the ultimate achievement of a collaboration process that will yield excellent results for our companies. The synergy between us is based on the fact that we comply with the highest quality standards and guarantee the highest results in terms of efficiency and profitability." In the picture (from left): Mr. Udomsak Lohachitpitaks, Legal Representative and Senior Executive Vice President of Jiamphattana Energy International with his wife, Michael Niederbacher, CEO of BTS Biogas, Roberto Salmaso & Bjoern Blankespoor: Sales International BTS Biogas
  • 2. 2 BTS Biogas BTS Biogas, the leading Italian player in the biogas industry, is active in the design, engineering and construction of modular biogas power plants with a rated capacity of 50 kW to 1.5 MW+. Since its foundation more than twenty years ago, BTS has built 170 plants with a total capacity of 134 MW. With its full-service contracts, the company offers a complete package for operators comprising maintenance, servicing and biological support. BTS’s activities cover the entire value chain, from biomass cultivation to the use of digestate. BTS Biogas designs and develop plants that makes exclusive use of agricultural residues such as wheat, rice or corn straw, manure, landscaping material and organic biowaste. The company has 120 employees (biologists, technicians, chemists and agronomists) committed to product development and enhancement. This level of competence, together with over twenty years of experience in the energy sector makes TS energy GROUP, to which BTS Biogas and GTS Syngas are affiliated, Italy’s biggest and most respected technologist in the field of biogas; providing the full range of services, solutions, and products to its customers. BTS Biogas Srl/GmbH: General information Headquarters: Brunico/Bruneck (South Tyrol) Headcount: 120 (biologists, technicians, chemists, agronomists, developers) Net sales (2012): 74.80 million euros Growth in sales (2012): 61 percent Products: Modular biogas plants, capacity 50 kW to 1.5 MW+ Plants: 170 (total capacity 134 MW) Customers: Agricultural companies, local authorities, Municipalities, food industry, waste disposal and compost plants Input: Slurry, Agricultural wastes, residues, byproducts and Energy Crops Output: Electric energy, thermal energy (heating and cooling), organic methane (for fuel and grid infeed) and fertilizer www.bts-biogas.com www.gts-syngas.com www.ts-energygroup.com

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