Here’s what you need to understand about Bio-En Power: many years ago, we decided to design, build, and operate our own large-scale biogas plant, using our own technology, and our own money. 

And since it was commissioned, we’ve used that facility to constantly test out new types of equipment, organic feedstocks, and operating protocols. 

There’s nothing that sharpens your instincts and understanding of your business more than having to operate a large-scale production facility day in and day out, all while keeping your feedstock, energy and digestate customers  absolutely happy, and while keeping the business profitable. 

We believe that this gives us unique and powerful insights into what really works and really makes sense in the challenging world of turning complex organic wastes into renewable energy.  We really know the biogas business.

We call what we’ve learned smarter organics management. 


We can build you a plant anywhere.  We have commissioned 345,000 annual tonnes of waste-processing capacity and more than 9 MW of electrical generating capacity to date.  Anaerobic Digestion will be a great fit, any time you have large quantities of organic waste to process, and a market for the energy you will produce.




Smarter Feedstock Processing

This particular facility is also designed to first de-package and then process wastes like municipal source-separated organics (SSO), including all of the plastic and other undesirable materials that normally come with that kind of feedstock.

We are routinely processing organic feedstocks that come mixed with 25% inorganic contaminants and more. And we use them to produce a super-clean digestate that is approved for use on Certified Organic farms in Canada.

This is rare expertise, and we've got it.

Our proprietary technology allows us to accept feedstocks that are much dirtier than any composting facility can tolerate, and to completely remove the impurities up front, before the organics even make it into our digesters.

Think of us as being just like a compost plant, except that we can actually clean all the plastics and glass out of the feedstock.

No composting technology can compete.




We Produce Green Energy

The capital cost to build an anaerobic digestion plant like this is the same as the cost to build a comparable composting plant.  But the operating costs of the digestion plant will be a fraction of what composting costs.

What makes anaerobic digestion different is that it always produces large quantities of green, renewable energy from the wastes.  Valuable energy.    Energy revenue makes all the difference.

No composting technology can compete.

Seacliff Energy


Our first plant in Canada was built for Seacliff Energy, in Leamington, Ontario.  This photo shows the Seacliff plant, with the digester facility visible to the rear, and a large hydroponic greenhouse complex in the foreground.  Biogas from the digester is used to produce electricity for sale to the local utility.  Waste heat produced by the generator is enough to substantially heat the greenhouse complex in the foreground, through the Canadian winter.




Organic wastes mean odour.  The composting industry has worked hard to develop solutions for the odour problem, but even the best, state-of-the-art composting facilities universally experience at least occasional odour complaints.  It's an inherent problem with that technology.

Want to build a new composting facility?  You'll need lots of land and lots of distance from neighbours.  And you'll still likely have at least some odour complaints.  That's just the reality of composting.

Build an anaerobic digestion plant to process your organics, and you'll never have to even think about odours again.

Think of us as being just like a compost plant, but without the odour problems.




Let us Take Care of Things

We can build you a plant like this, but if you'd like, we'd also be happy to operate it for you.  Our own, European-certified plant operators know how to get the very best out of our technology, day in and day out.

Our plant operators know how to absolutely maximize green energy production.  It makes all the difference.