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Project Timeline
Sr. No. Name of plant Location Usage
1 University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Bangalore, Karnataka Converting Organic Waste into Electricity
2 Lambra Kangri Multipurpose Co-operative Service Society Biogas plant Hoshiarpur Choosing Biogas as Alternative Cooking Fuel Over LPG
3 Bulk Waste Generator Turns Entrepreneur Karnal Bulk Waste Generator Turns Entrepreneur
4 Kurudampalyam Biogas plant Coimbatore A Unique Innovation in form of Community Kitchens
5 Muni Ashram Biogas Plant Baroda Biomass Finds its Potential
6 Biogas Plant in Perumbavoor Municipality Perumbavoor Biogas Plant Makes Vegetable Market Clean
7 Community Biogas Plant in Bahadurpur Rupnagar, Punjab Ram Singh Farm – Dairy Farm Provides Free Cooking Gas to 90 Households
8 Kachani Ward of Karakulam GramPanchayat Karakulam, Thiruvananthapuram ‘Haritham House’ a Model to Other Residences
9 Family Based Inter Coorporation Biogas Model Nainital, Uttarakhand Biogas Plant to Enhance Climate Resilience and Quality of Lives in Rural Households

University of Agricultural Sciences is located at Gandhi Krishi Vigyan Kendra (GKVK), Bangalore, Karnataka State and has 200 cows. The facility has a bio-methanation plant which is based on UASB Technology and the capacity of the plant is 200m3 per day.

The ‘Lambra Kangri Multipurpose Co-operative Service Society’ located in the village was started in 1920 as a co-operative agriculture society by a group of villagers and was subsequently converted into a multipurpose society in 1999.

Amrit Fertilizers from Shri Krishan Gopal Gauhsala, Kunjpura, set up a floating dome digester for a biogas plant in 2014 at their factory land. The biogas plant is set up close to their Gaushala (cattle shelter) which originally had issues related to managing dung, such as disposal, sale of dung, etc.

Kurudampalyam is a small village 20 km away from Coimbatore city, where Coimbatore (rural) district authority decided to install a 2 metric tons per day (MTPD) biogas plant of BARC technology. The idea was to treat a part of domestic organic waste generated from the nearby city through the plant and provide local villages with biogas for cooking purposes.

Muni Seva Ashram (MSA) is an NGO active in the field of social-care, health-care, education and sustainability. The philosophy of the institution has been to live in harmony with nature and thus renewable energy is used extensively wherever possible. To provide healthy milk and milk products to children of its orphanage and school and senior citizens, the Ashram has cows and their dung is used to generate biogas and 5 of the Ashram’s kitchen use piped biogas for cooking.

Perumbavoor is a municipality in Ernakulum District in the Indian state of Kerala. It lies in the North Eastern tip of the Greater Cochin area and is also the headquarters of Kunnathunad Taluk. Perumbavoor is famed in the state for wood industries and small-scale industries. Perumbavoor is a predominantly agricultural town and Asia’s largest plywood industries are located here. Commodities like rubber, pepper, ginger, turmeric, plantain, vegetables, coconut, nutmeg, cocoa, rice, areca nut, cloves, etc., are traded every day in the local market. Perumbavoor town has the largest concentration of migrant workers from all parts of India.

Bahadurpur is a Gram Panchayat located in the Rupnagar block of the District Rupnagar. It has a total population of 425,102 households (Census 2011). Ram Singh Farm is a dairy farm maintaining the herd of 160 cows in Bahadurpur. Ram Singh Farm, with the help of villagers, had developed sewage system and rainwater system in the village.

In Kachani Ward of Karakulam Panchayat, a household has setup a 1m3 biogas plant using the wet waste which is generated by the family. The household has installed a floating dome type biogas plant made of Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) using the subsidy they received from Karakulam Gram Panchayat. Under State Suchitwa Mission, besides generating biogas, the slurry is also utilized by the household as manure for a small plantain cultivation which the family has.

The project is financed by the COOP and implemented in partnership with WWF Switzerland, HELVETAS Swiss Inter-cooperation and Inter-cooperation Social Development India (ICSD). The project is being run in villages of Nainital, Udham Singh Nagar and Haridwar that surround the Jim Corbett National Park and Nanduhar forest reserve in Uttarakhand.

Technical Agencies Empanelled by States
State Name:
Sr. No. Locations Name of Institution States Covered
1 Guwahati 1. Prof. Pinakeswar Mahanta, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, North Guwahati, Guwahati- 781039 Ph: 0361-258- 2651/2662 (O), Fax: 0361- 2690762 Mob:- 09435734561 E-mail: pinak@iitg.ernet.in.
2. Dr. Lepakshi Barbora (PI, i/c), Mob. No. 9957809510 Email: logab@iig.ac.in 3. Mr. Jon Mani Kalita, Project Manager, BDTC IITG Ph. No. 9707076529, Email: raqtim@gmail.com.
All North- Eastern Region States including Sikkim and West Bengal
2 Bangalore 1. Dr. V. Kumar Gouda, Biogas Development and Training Center, Department of Agricultural Engineering, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK, Bangalore- 560065 Ph: 080- 23330153/335, 080- 23640206 M-9901069131 E- mail: vkgouda@rediffmail.com
2. Mr. B.K.Anand Rao HOD.
Goa and Karnataka
3 Indore 1. Prof. S.P. Singh Director, Biogas Development and Training Centre, Centre of Energy Studies and Research (CESR), Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Khandwa Road, Indore- 452017. Ph: 0731- 2460309, Fax: 0731- 2467378/2462366® 0731- 2446803 Mob: 09424009418 Email: spsanjali@yahoo.co.in
2. Rajender Singh Pawar (STA) rspawar18@gmail.com.
4 Ludhiana 1. Dr. Sarabjit Singh Sooch, (PI) Research Engg & Incharge BDTC Dept. of Civil Engg. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana141004, Punjab Ph: 9872084513 (M), 09501034513 (M), 0161- 01655(F) sssooch@rediffmail.com
2. Dr. N.K. Khullar Director Biogas Development and Training Centre, Dept. of civil Engg. Punjab Agricultural University, Ph: 0161- 2401960 Extn- 259, Mob: 9417932952Ludhiana. Punjab.
Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand and Jammu & Kashmir
5 Udaipur Dr. Sudhir Jain Head, Deptt. of Renewable Energy Engineering Coordinator, Biogas Development and Training Centre, College of Technology & Agricultural Engineering,Pratap University of Agriculture & Technology,Maharana Ph: 0294-2471068 (O), 0294-2414021(R) Email: sudhirjain@rediffmail.com Web.: www.ctae.ac.in Gujarat, Rajasthan and Daman & Diu Udaipur-313001 (Rajasthan)
6 Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu Prof. (Dr.) S. Pugalendhi Coordinator, Biogas Development and Training Centre, Agricultural Engineering and Research Institute, Tamilnadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore- 641003 Ph: 0422- 6611526, 527, 545 Fax: 0422- 6611454 Email., bioenergy@tnau.ac.in , kamarajs@hotmail.com, Mob.: 9442961793 Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Kerala, Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep
7 Delhi Prof. V.K. Vijay Programme Coordinator, Biogas Development and Training Centre, Center for Rural Development & Technology (CRDT), IIT Hauz Khas, New Delhi- 110016, M-26591121, 26596351 Ph: 011- 26596351, 26596311, Fax: 011- 9871366611, Email: vkvijay@rdat.iitd.ernet.in bdtciitd@gmail.com Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and NCR Delhi
8 Odisha Dr. Snehasish Mishra, Associate Professor (PI- BDTC), School of Biotechnology, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KiiT), Bhubaneswar 751024. Odisha, Fax No. 0674- 2725732Mob.: 9437110305, 9438669414 snehasish.mishra@gmail.com Email: smishra@kiitbiotech.ac.in, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Bihar and Jharkhand