Renewable natural gas, often called simply biomethane or Bio-Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), represents the next step in the evolution of biogas technologies.
In this presentation, the speaker will emphasize the significant impact of maximizing the value of biogas through KIS Group's patented technologies which includes the BioClean® H2S removal technology, BioCNG® biogas upgrading technology, sulphur recovery, BioCNG® membrane purification technology, and the ZPHB®, ZPHB® Cigar and ZPHB® Hybrid systems.
This presentation showcases how biogas upgrading helps clients achieve their net zero carbon goals while optimizing the value of biogas, promoting environmental sustainability by reducing carbon emissions while offering economic benefits to businesses. The presentation ends with how young engineers and researchers can contribute to the biogas and clean energy industries.
K. R. Raghunath, Founder and CEO, KIS Group
K. R. Raghunath founded KIS Group in 2006 as a technology provider and turnkey provider of first-of-its-kind sustainable clean technologies especially in biogas and bioCNG. Under his leadership, KIS Group has developed many innovative biogas technologies including ZPHB®, BioPOWER® , BioCLEAN®, BioCNG®, and Innovative ZCT® (Zero Chemical Technology) for wastewater treatment. KIS Group also provides Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) consultancy in renewable energy projects, providing a range of services from concept to Certified Emission Reductions (CER). KIS Group is a major player in the waste to energy landscape, with over 50 highly successful projects in 9 countries across Asia, the Americas, Africa and the Middle East.
Before starting KIS Group, he has more than 15 years of international experience working in Malaysia, China and India for global companies such as Reliance, Colgate and Palmolive, Aditya Birla Group and Herdilla Chemicals. Being an innovator, creator and promoter, he is instrumental in spearheading the biogas industry in South East Asia.
The material presented in this webinar has not been peer-reviewed. Any opinions are the presenter's own and do not necessarily represent those of IChemE or the NECC Malaysia. The information is given in good faith but without any liability on the part of IChemE.
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