The bioenergy market in Bulgaria has significant potential due to the well-developed agriculture, forestry & wood industry. Production of biofuels and energy from biomass is considered as a perspective market niche.
Edinburgh-based Celtic Renewables has confirmed its plans to build a whisky waste-to-biofuel plant has secured planning consent. more
The European Parliament and Council have reached an agreement on the final version of revised EU waste laws, after 18 hours of talks, and have potentially reached a compromise on the 2035 recycling target for municipal waste. more
Better growing conditions and the dynamic storage of carbon in the soil are among the main benefits for farmers when they use digestate, as well as greater soil resilience. more
A scientist in Sweden has developed a process for the dry digestion of organic waste into biogas in two different types of reactors. more
More than 5,000 participants attended the BIOGAS Convention & Trade Fair, which took place on 12-14 December. In addition to the world’s largest biogas trade fair with 253 exhibitors, visitors to the convention used the diverse range of lectures and workshops to know more about the latest developments and potential in the industry. more
The final workshop of the ERA-NET project “MetHarmo – European harmonisation of methods to quantify methane emissions from biogas plants” will take place on 1 February 2018.
The biomethane workshop was organised by EBA in Amsterdam in the framework of the Horizon 2020 BIOSURF project. 35 participants attended the meeting. more
All conference attendees are entitled to a € 100 discount on the EBA Statistical Report 2017. The report provides in-depth information and data about the European biogas and biomethane sector, from anaerobic digestion, gasification and Power-to-Methane. more