Efficient and reliable
GREEN energy solutions
READ ABOUT OUR VISION
Bioforce OÜ is Estonian energy company that is offering efficient & reliable energy solutions.
Our three main directions are CNG tanking stations, biomethane plants and wastewater solutions, by which we can give our part for the greener future. Our subsidiary supplies CNG for Tallinna Linnatransport AS, a company owned by the city of Tallinn.
WHAT WE DO
Together with our partners CNG Fuels ltd and Safe S.p.A. we are offering turnkey CNG stations for public and private service with possibility to use on and off grid solutions.
We are focused on the agricultural and industrial digestions plants together with membrane based biomethane production. Usage of the biomethane we have three options – injected into the gas grid, compressed and used in local CNG station, compressed and transported with buffers to the end customer.
We are focused on the industrial wastewater treatment as turn key solutions. Mainly we are working in food and beverages, pulp and paper, chemical and pharmaceutical wastewater sector.
Siimani biomethane plant and CNG station
Bioforce is building a new biomethane plant, which is capable of producing approximately 35 GWh of green gas per year. Plant uses cattle manure and food waste as a raw material. Biomethane produced in Aravete goes mainly to Tallinn gas buses.
Kadaka CNG filling station
Kadaka tee CNG-station is the highest-capacity filling station of its kind in the Baltics, with 200 refueling slots and three high-speed slots that supply CNG to more than 200 gas buses in Tallinn.
In the summer of 2021, European Commission launched an ambitious “Fit for 55” climate package, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 55 percent by 2030.
The transport sector, responsible for around a quarter of the EU’s emissions, has a key role in achieving this goal. At the same time, the Estonian economy is among the most transport and fuel intensive in Europe – Estonia uses twice as much fuel for transport per GDP unit than the respective European Union average.
One way to make Estonian transport sector more sustainable is to use renewable natural gas, i.e. biomethane. Unlike fossil fuels, cars and buses run on biomethane are free of CO2 and other emissions. Moreover, Estonian researchers have calculated that car that uses biomethane made form domestic biowaste neutralizes the emissions of an equivalent petrool car. In addition, domestic biomethane production is a perfect example of circular economy, where all residues are used up.
Biomethane has already been strongly established in Estonian public transport. Cities like Tallinn, Tartu and Pärnu have invested tens of millions of euros in gas buses and the supporting infrastructure. Investments will continue which means that demand for biomethane will grow rapidly in the coming years. Our mission is to meet this demand.