About us

The Energie und BioTechnik GmbH, founded in 1995 in Germany, is an internationally operating biotechnology company, which is specialized in planning, developing and designing innovative biogas systems. Our biogas plants are planned strictly vendor-neutral and technically adapted to each commodity/substrate.

To ensure the highest possible process-stability and yield for our partners, we research and develop, which allows us, to use this important know-how for our projects. Our longstanding experiences – next to the main market Germany – even are demanded for projects in China, Hungary, Romania, South Africa and Georgia.


As an important element for an economically successful realization of our projects, we research and develop Forschung und Entwicklungcontinuously. We closely cooperate with institutes such as universities, colleges, corporations and component manufacturers.

In particular through our research in the field of energetic recovery of plant residue material, we have established ourselves as a leading partner in Germany.

Our skills

  • Concepts for biogas-production, biogas treatment and feed-in as well as the use of biomethane
  • General planning and design of biogas systems
  • System integration of biogas technologies
  • Project Development & Project Management
  • Research & Development
  • Development of biogas-systems
  • Biomass concepts
  • Feasibility studies
  • Environmental concepts
  • Advice, coordination and scientific work in national and international research projects



Visions & professionalism – Mission Statement

Ambitious bioenergy projects requires more than ever visions and special know-how. The Energie und BioTechnik GmbH designs and realizes high-yield bioenergy projects from planning to construction – professionally and accurately.

We are focused on energetic recovery of plant residue material. Almost 90 realized biogas-projects and numerous environmental science projects demonstrate the high efficiency of our company. We are partners for operating companies, public utilities, waste management companies, local authorities and universities.