The extensive need for energy has become a global issue due to the enormous population growth and demand for electricity-based products. Energy crises are rapidly increasing, which have destructive impacts on the industry in Pakistan. Biogas technology adoption is a challenge in a developing country like Pakistan. The government sector has taken initial steps to eliminate the energy crisis and promoted biogas plants. The primary objective of this study is to explore the satisfied and unsatisfied ratio of farmers who have adopted biogas plants in the country. The sample size was identified through the snowball sampling method. A total of 51 biogas adopters participated in this study. The structured questionnaires were used to collect data through online interviews. The results indicate that 34% of biogas plant respondents were satisfied with their plant feedback. The partially satisfied respondents were 24%, whereas 42% showed unsatisfaction. More than half (58%) of the respondents expressed that biogas plants are in good working conditions; however, 42% of biogas users were unrestrained for several causes. The findings of this study indicate that major maintenance and day-to-day operations of biogas plants are expensive due to lack of skilled operators, untrained or partially trained owners, and unavailability of technicians. The results suggest that the government needs to plan a clear policy, technical support with skilled technicians to biogas plant owners, all through an integrated and coherent way.