Biogas Technology, Applications, Perspectives and Implications




The major purpose of this study was to examine the advantages and implications of biogas
technology in the agriculture sector. Biogas is one of many biomass energy sources, which include
anything that was once alive and that can generate energy (except for fossil fuels, which are not
renewable). To talk of biogas is to talk of agriculture, since biogas generation starts with
agricultural waste produce, such as cow dung, husk, straw etc. and ends with agricultural produce,
use of slurry on crops. Slurry is one of the most environmentally sound organic fertilizers in use
today. The information collected in this study by reviewing literatures. Renewable energy sources
have a large potential to contribute to the sustainable development of specific territories by
providing them with a wide variety of socioeconomic benefits, including personal/household
impacts, health impacts, social, economic and environmental impacts. Biogas as an adaptive and
cost-effective energy system, integrate livestock into the farming system.