The company on Wednesday signed MoU with two technology partners at the second edition of India Energy Week here.
The company plans to set up these plants with varying capacities will be set up across Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
IGL sells gas as automotive and kitchen fuels in these states. Biogas from these 19 plants will be fed into the company’s local network.
Addressing the audience on the occasion he appreciated IGL for its role in nation building
This partnership aims to produce about half a million units (Million Metric Standard Cubic Meters) of biogas, equivalent to about 5% of IGL’s daily needs.
The project will work to the benefit of all stakeholders like municipal authorities, CGD entities and farmers.
While municipal authorities will get rid of municipal waste, farmers will be able to dispose of agricultural waste, consumers will het clean fuel—all contributing towards a cleaner environment.