Sep 30, 2011 - Polish agricultural company Mroz plans to roll out a 1 MW biogas power plant in Poland's central Wielkopolskie province, energy news portal Energianews.pl reported earlier this week.
Mroz will set up the plant in the municipality of Kozmin, where it owns an agricultural farm of 350 ha (864.9 acres) and breeds herds. The biogas power plant will process agricultural waste from the farm to produce electricity and heat.
The project will be developed in two phases with completion due in April next year, said Lech Ciurzynski, CEO of Polnet Biogas, the company which supplies the technology for the plant.
The biogas power plant will supply electricity and heating to the adjacent facilities of the Mroz group, which also produces meat, milk and cereals.