New members have recently joined the EBA community, which now counts 102 members. Accord LTd, N2 Applied and the China Agricultural University are now part of the EBA network.
Last July, the European Commission launched a formal consultation to reflect on a long-term vision for a modern European economy for all Europeans and the opportunities and challenges that a long-term decarbonisation implies. more
EBA is now preparing the next edition of the European Biogas Association Statistical Report that will be published at the end of this year. In the light of this, we propose sponsorship opportunities to our members to support the dissemination of this unique publication and promote their own organization. more
EBA will be holding an extraordinary General Assembly on 25 September in Brussels. more
The recent AD & Biogas Industry Awards Ceremony 2018 saw 16 companies acknowledged for innovations in the AD sector. Recognising these efforts is a very positive initiative to showcase successful practices and promote the development of the sector. more
The town of Ipswich, UK, has recently joined the list of cities promoting green public transport. During six weeks, some of the double-decker buses covering one of the main town routes have been running on biogas. Encouraging the use of biogas in public transport to reduce emissions is a very positive initiative from local authorities to lead by example. It shows citizens about the importance of getting involved in the current energy transition and promote sustainable development. more
Loughborough University in UK has developed a system of anaerobic digestion that can be monitored over the internet. The project is a collaboration with the Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand. One biogas plant has been installed at each campus, using cafeteria waste to produce biogas.
From 1st July, Austria is holding the Presidency of the EU Council. The new presidency outlined the priorities that will be faced during this 6-month mandate in different hearings with European Parliament committees held between 9 and 12 July.
On the occasion of the FIPER conference “Circular economy: let’s start from energy” held in Rome last June, the Italian federation presented the results of the study “Biomass district heating: an investment for the territory“. The study responds to the need to provide clear indications and accurate data on the environmental, economic and employment suitability for a given territory to start a biomass district heating plant.
A long-term EU strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions is needed to build a modern and clean economy. EBA had the pleasure to join a two-day conference organised this month at the free university of Brussels (ULB) to gather stakeholders’ views on this long-term strategy. more