Hybrid gasification Ltd (HGL) has developed its own novel fixed bed gasification technology to recover useful energy in the form of synthesis gas using hazardous and non-hazardous solid biomass residues from domestic and industrial sources. However, other processes such as fluidised bed, moving grate and plasma are also considered for specific applications. The syngas produced can either be directly consumed in gas/diesel engines or combusted in the boiler to produce power and heat or used for making fertilizer. The feedstock for gasification are either segregated dry solids post mechanical biological process or pretreated using steam via the autoclave process.
In addition, we have expertise in anaerobic digestion processes to produce methane for power generation using solid and liquid municipal/industrial wastes.
HGL also participates in R&D of solar energy systems for domestic and industrial applications.
With a strong research and development network which uses pilot scale testing facilities which include test facilities currently situated within the University of Northumbria at Newcastle UK, University of Glamorgan UK and University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, Pakistan