The European Fertilizer Regulation has been under revision and is currently in the final trialogue negotiations (between the EU Council, Commission and Parliament). The main objective of the revision was the integration of organic fertilizers, which are considered to have significant potential for greenhouse gas emission mitigation. This should enable European cross border trade of organic fertilisers and allow a huge step forward for the biogas sector. (more…)
The EvEmBi project, launched last January in Lund, Sweden, will evaluate methane emissions from European biogas plants to develop a European voluntary system for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission mitigation. The European Biogas Association is supporting the project to develop this voluntary system, together with specific national ones, to control emissions in the biogas sector. (more…)
The future of the gas market design and its role in EU energy supply and climate targets is now being discussed. In the light of this, Forum für Zukunftsenergien (German Forum for Future Energies) organised a conference on the future role of gas infrastructure in view of the upcoming challenges for necessary greenhouse gas emission mitigation, which took place on 20th of March in Brussels. (more…)
EBA gathered in a timeline the main EU policies relevant to the biogas sector in 2017.
Sustainability criteria for biogas used in electricity, heating and transportation.
EBA has taken part in the Task Working Group on end-of-waste criteria for biodegradable waste (according to Art.6 of Directive 2008/98 EC).
EBA participates in European Fertilizer Working Group at DG Enterprise.
EBA analysed from a biogas perspective the 27 NREAPs that were available by January 2011 and prepared corresponding database.
Inclusion of a CO2 component is closely followed by EBA. more
EBA presents technological and market developments led by the biogas industry, from energy efficiency to biological additives and innovative feedstock.
Companies catalogue – find leading biogas companies and the services offered.
What is biomethane, utilisation pathways, sustainability and challenges ahead.
Biogas production, legislation, support scheme and potential.