Tibbar Energy is a renewable energy development company that designs, builds, provides financing, and operates biogas (anaerobic digestion) and integrated solid waste to energy facilities. Our projects range in size from 2 to 10 MW. Tibbar Energy understands the delicate balance between fiscally sound programs and sustainability/environmental protection goals required in today's commercial applications.
Anaerobic digestion is a biological process that takes place when naturally occurring anaerobic microorganisms break down organic material in the absence of oxygen, resulting in the release of methane and carbon dioxide, which make up the composition of biogas. The biogas is collected and processed through a combined heat and power engine to produce renewable electricity or further cleaned and processed into transportation fuels as compressed natural gas (CNG) or into pipeline grade renewable natural gas (RNG).
Tibbar Energy focuses on two distinct types of feedstock for anaerobic digestion: agricultural "energy crops" and source-separated organics.
"Energy crop" have high crop and biogas yield and are locally grown exclusively as a feedstock for the generation of renewable energy. Tibbar Energy is advancing the use of energy crops in anaerobic digestion for rural and isolated geographies with very high power costs. This application has been used successfully in tens of thousands of locations across Europe. Tibbar Energy has formed a strategic alliance with a Danish company, who has vast experience in designing and operating these types of systems in Europe.
Source-separated organics include food waste from commercial generators and food manufacturing by-products from processing facilities. Tibbar Energy utilizes a proprietary process to create a blended feedstock that achieves optimal gas production.
Integrated Waste to Energy
When managing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), we recover material for recycling and reuse, transform organic waste into green energy through innovative anaerobic digestion and/or composting solutions, and utilize non-combustion waste to electricity technology for the balance of the waste.