Bringing mobile biogas technology in India, 3 Days trainings on Biogas for partners at TARAgram Orchha

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Become a business partner of (B)energy and sell mobile biogas technology

India CSR News Network

NEW DELHI: The National Training Programme by (B)energy in collaboration with Development Alternatives and TARA Livelihood Academy (TLA) aims to bring the latest German biogas technology in India by training individuals passionate about social businesses in selling biogas.

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bio gas technologyParticipants will develop necessary knowledge and skills to become a business partner of (B)energy and sell mobile biogas technology. This also serves as a great opportunity for enthusiasts who want to learn more about biogas science and technology.

The details of the training are as follows:

Date: 1 – 3 August, 2016 (register until 18 July, 2016 at http://goo.gl/forms/fy0l1G9gij9bsLMB2)

Venue: TARAgram Orchha, Tigela More, Gram Bavedi Jungle, Orchha, Tikamgarh District, Madhya Pradesh – 472 246, India

Day 1: (B)understood – To be understood by your future customers and trainees you have to be confident about technology and theory. We will make sure you fully understand the basics of biogas science and technology. 

Day 2: (B)practical – Whether your customers are satisfied with the technology highly depends on how well you install and service it. We will teach you all important issues to make your business successful.

Day 3: (B)committed – Becoming part of (B)energy means being committed to a variety of social business principles – to become a fully confident change maker we equip you with the understanding of our philosophy.

For additional information about the technology and approach please visit http://www.be-nrg.com/b-home/ or contact at snijhawan@devalt.org.

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Additional benefits:

  • the training, that provides you with the necessary knowledge and skills
  • the new partner, (B)energy, who will be at your side from now on
  • the international network of fellow (B)ginners, (B)franchisees and (B)energizers,

Your participation in the training brings some additional advantages:

You will be trained by a professional German agricultural engineer specialised in biogas you can exchange with other trainees, from your country as well as from other nationalities and you will spend time with Katrin Puetz, the innovator of this technology and franchisor. This is a great opportunity for both sides, because franchising is a business model that requires a solid trust basis and common understanding for a successful and long-term business relationship.

The (B)plant is a low tech plug flow system for the production of biogas as cooking fuel. It consists of a flexible bag connected to an inlet drum and an overflow outlet pipe as well as a gas pipe and is placed inside a greenhouse for protection and solar heating. Biogas is naturally produced by bacteria under anaerobic conditions. The produced gas flows to the (B)pack, a storage and transport bag for biogas, from where it is used to supply biogas appliances like stoves and lamps with biogas.

Photo Credit: http://www.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/

Biogas Technology Training in India

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