BioEnergy

Jones Celtic BioEnergy
Jones Celtic BioEnergy provides a complete solution for the generation of renewable energy from biodegradable sources, such as municipal waste, food waste, agricultural waste and biomass.

This is achieved through use of anaerobic digestion combined with composting processes to generate renewable energy, in the form of renewable gas, electricity and heat.

We offer unparalleled delivery of a range of BioEnergy technologies which are modelled and tailored to the specific requirements of our clients. Our range of services includes:

  • Wet anaerobic digestion
  • Thermal Hydrolysis
  • Dry anaerobic digestion
  • In-Vessel composting

How we do it

Wet Anaerobic Digestion
Wet fermentation involves the anaerobic decomposition of “wet” pumpable biological material in the absence of oxygen. The process involves the loading of “anaerobic” stirred tanks to promote biogas production. These systems are best suited to the digestion of liquid material and silage.
Thermal Hydrolysis
Jones Celtic BioEnergy in conjunction with Aerothermal offer an advanced digestion system that centres on the use of a therm-pressure hydrolysis system that greatly improves biogas production while allowing for a wider range of organic substances to be processed.
Dry Anaerobic Digestion
Dry fermentation involves the anaerobic decomposition of “dry” non-pumpable biological material in the absence of oxygen. The process involves the loading of “anaerobic” tunnels with material using loading shovels. The process is particularly suited to bio-waste and mixed waste applications. The system promotes efficient biogas production with very low parasitic energy demands.
In-Vessel Composting
Composting is the aerobic transformation of biological material in the presence of oxygen and can be engineered in a number of ways. Jones Celtic BioEnergy deliver projects involving Tunnel Composting, Container Composting and Aerated Pile Composting technologies.

 



Latest News

STEAM Engineering-in-a-Box

We have always recognised the importance of the STEAM subjects – science, technology, engineering, arts and maths. As our CEO Jim Curley put it:

“If...

Supporting Access to Apprenticeship

We are delighted to support the Access to Apprenticeship programme run by Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).

Recently Tom Jones and Simon Watson put on...

Creative Thinking – Irish Building Magazine talks to Jim Curley

“With a current portfolio of work that includes the National Children’s Hospital, Dublin Airport’s new air traffic control tower and as part of the...