The European Biogas Association (EBA) was founded in February 2009 as a Brussels based non-profit organisation promoting the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use from anaerobic digestion (AD) and biomass gasification in Europe. EBA’s membership gathers national biogas and biomethane associations, institutes and companies from 26 countries all across Europe. EBA unites a large number of the most experienced biogas and biomethane experts in Europe and has highly experienced and skilled staff providing policy advice, know-how and information to promote beneficial legislation and framework conditions in the related field.
EBA’s strategy is based on reaching the full potential of biogas and biomethane production, that equals roughly 10% of EU’s current natural gas consumption. Furthermore, EBA’s work evolves around the major contributions of biogas and biomethane to the key EU policies such as climate targets, energy security, resource efficiency and circular economy ,and various environmental legislation including air quality, prevention of contamination, bioeconomy and waste management. Read more about our mission and vision.
EBA is member of the European Renewable Energy Federation (EREF), the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources (EUFORES). The association works closely with the European Compost Network (ECN) and Natural and bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe).
The newly elected EBA President – Jan Stambasky – about his mission at EBA and the association’s objectives for the next years.
Former EBA President – Arthur Wellinger – describes European Biogas Association’s mission, the short and middle-term aims and the collaboration with national associations and industries in order to promote biogas.
EBA Secretary General – Agata Prządka – explains daily activities of the European Biogas Association, in particular the networking on Brussels and the monitoring of the European Commission directives.