The Danish biogas business is facing a huge development in both existing and new plants. This is causing a growing demand for new employees and upgrading of existing employees. Danish Technology Centre for Biogas was created among other reasons to address this growing challenge in 2014. Since then, Danish Technology Centre for Biogas has developed courses, training sessions and is now launching an ordinary education for biogas workers. All this has been done with support of the Biogas Action project.
Biogas development in the UK
Biogas Action activity in the UK almost defies the title of the project by promoting the fact anaerobic digestion of agricultural wastes is far more than just a source of renewable energy. Biogas is but one “product” among many and the gift that anaerobic digestion offers to the planet is almost the epitome of sustainable development.
Biogas Action Plants Brochure – European models of success
On December 2016, a brochure containing information of the ten most interesting biogas plant projects of the Biogas Action project countries has been prepared. It includes the projects from Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Latvia, The Netherlands, Sweden and United Kingdom. The brochure constitutes of technical and financial data for each plants, as well as background information concerning the start-up conditions.
Biogas Action Meeting in London
Biogas Action partners from across Europe met in London in December to discuss project progress and activities in their regions. Day two of the meeting was held at Camley Street Natural Park, the meeting welcomed Alice Bayfield of Qube Renewables.
Biogas at the Energy Conference of South East Sweden
Energy Agency for Southeast Sweden arranged their annual energy conference Energiting Sydost 2016, at which Bio-CNG and bio-LNG were the topics on the agenda.
More Biogas Småland AB had been chosen as one of the top ten biogas plants by the partners in Biogas Action.
Circular Economy – a healthy transition driven also by Biogas
Circular economy is an industrial system that promotes greater resource productivity, reduce of waste and pollution. Its implementation is necessary for the transition to a more sustainable society, and biogas is a meaningful driver here.
Map of the Biogas Potential in the region of Rhône-Alpes
An interactive map of the regional plan for biogas potential in the region of Rhône-Alpes
If you are interested in agriculture you are interested in environment
Florian Lafoux, French trainee, has recently finished his nine week practice at More Biogas in Kalmar, Sweden.
Public discussion in Croatia
BiogasAction has organised a public discussion on the new Ordinance on energy from renewable energy systems and cogeneration in order to facilitate better biogas framework condition in Croatia.
Tools for successful regional biogas initiatives and deployment
According to the experience of project partners and results of completed bioenergy projects, the most effective trigger for stimulating the deployment of biogas/biomethane technology is a regional approach. Consequently, WP2 focuses on existing documentation of EU and national projects and success stories that help strengthening the regional initiatives.