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Students of the University of Novi Sad Visited the CHP Plants in Bač

Students of the University of Novi Sad Visited the CHP Plants in Bač

On Thursday, 26 April 2018, students of the final year at the Energy and Process Engineering Department of the Faculty of Technical Sciences and Agricultural Engineering Department of the Faculty of Agriculture in Novi Sad took part in a one-day technical visit to a biogas plants in Bač which are owned by companies BGS Alfa, BGS Beta i BGS Gama. The students visited three combined heat and power (CHP) generation plants whose construction was financially supported by UNDP/GEF project “Reducing Barriers to Accelerate the Development of Biomass Markets in Serbia”. On behalf of companies, students were greeted by Mr. Miroslav Dian, Mr. Marian Holubek i Ms. Ana Gašparovska.

The visit included practical classes where students could see the combined production of heat and power, as an upgrade to the lectures they attended so far. Students were guided by Miroslav Dian, chief process engineer in plant. Students had an opportunity to learn about the entire process of energy generation from biogas, starting with the collection and storage of row material, through preparation and fermentation to the combustion of biogas in internal combustion engines and the generation of heat and power. Furthermore, students visited the construction site of agri-pellet factory where the heat from CHP units will be utilised in production process.

Professor Todor Janjić, delivered a lecture with a practical presentation of the technology of biogas production, and professor Dragan Knezevic delivered a lecture on specifics of gas fired engines. Professor Milos Banjac, Assistant Minister in the Ministry of Mining and Energy and the National Project Director of the GEF Project, joined the visit and delivered a lecture on the political and legislative framework, as well as on the national goals in the field of renewable energy in Serbia, after which students gained a wider picture of the significance of such facilities.

This was the second in a series of educational visits planned for students of technical faculties of universities in Belgrade and Novi Sad.