Biogas Action aims to serve as vehicle for the development of the European biogas sector and to increase the biogas and biomethane production in the European Union, by focusing on removing the non-technical barriers to contribute to creating better frameworks for the widespread production of biogas and biomethane, in line with the EU 2020 targets.
As of Tuesday, 13 March 2018, the English website of the German Biogas Association [Fachverband Biogas e.V.] is online. All of the significant sections of the extensive German site are now accessible to an international public as well. (more…)
Gas Natural Fenosa Renovables, the renewables arm of Spanish utility Gas Natural Fenosa (BME:GAS), announced that it has launched a pilot renewable gas project. (more…)
The European Parliament endorsed on 18 April a package of legislation setting binding targets on waste and recycling, a key part of the EU ambitions for a more ‘circular’ economy. (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.