European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment



Biogas / Biomethane Seminar, 4-5 Dec, Austria

Biomethane-Regions supports the market development of biomethane for grid injection and vehicle usage

Seminar held in St Pölten (AT) within BIOGAS13

ARGE, the Austrian Compost & Biogas Association is organising the 6th edition of the Austrian Biogas Congress, supported by klima:aktiv, the climate protection initiative of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management and the Austrian biogas industry. More than 500 participants are expected.

Biogas and Biomethane development have achieved a certain maturity. Despite the effort of the regional decision makers, the biogas plants operators, the technology developers and the research sector, there are still barriers that need to be removed.  The Biogas13 speakers will provide answers to this challenge.

The 3 projects supported by the Energy Intelligent Europe programme Biomethane Regions (in English), FABbiogas (in German) and BiogasHeat (in German) will share their experiences  and will highlight the latest developments in biogas and biomethane in Europe.

The Biomethane-Regions session showed how the promotion of anaerobic digestion and of biogas upgrading technology supports the market development of biomethane for grid injection and vehicle usage.

Programme

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ARGE, the Austrian Compost & Biogas Association is organising the 6th edition of the Austrian Biogas Congress, supported by klima:aktiv, the climate protection initiative of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management and the Austrian biogas industry. More than 500 participants are expected.

Biogas and Biomethane development have achieved a certain maturity. Despite the effort of the regional decision makers, the biogas plants operators, the technology developers and the research sector, there are still barriers that need to be removed.  The Biogas13 speakers will provide answers to this challenge.

The 3 projects supported by the Energy Intelligent Europe programme Biomethane Regions (in English), FABbiogas (in German) and BiogasHeat (in German) will share their experiences  and will highlight the latest developments in biogas and biomethane in Europe.

The Biomethane-Regions session will show how the promotion of anaerobic digestion and of biogas upgrading technology supports the market development of biomethane for grid injection and vehicle usage:

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Session III: BioMethane-Regions

This Biomethane-Regions session, supported by Intelligent Energy Europe, will show how the promotion of anaerobic digestion and of biogas upgrading technology, supports the market development of biomethane for grid injection and vehicle usage:

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  • Herbert Greisberger (eNu): Introduction and Welcome
  • N.N. (EBA): The evolution of the European biomethane legislation and market
  • Andy Bull (SWEA): The genesis of BiomethaneRegions and some of the key outputs
  • from the project
  • Michael Harasek (TU‐Wien): Merits of the key current technologies for biogas to biomethane gas upgrading
  • Leif Raun (VFL): Presentation of the Video “Decentralized Biogas model for local energy supply in Denmark
  • Valerie Borroni (RAEE), Simone Hurschka (AILE), Mathieu Lefebvre (Air Liquide): Biogas grid injection in Arcy Farm, an agricultural biomethane project in France
  • Hannele Johansson (Energiekontor Sydost): Biomethane in transport with experiences from the Municipality of Växjö
  • Sandra Esteves (University of South Wales): Importance of process monitoring in optimising biogas production
  • Stefano Proietti (ISIS): The BIOMASTER project, Biomethane for Transport: challenges and results
  • Sascha Flesch (LEV): Interactive session between Biomethane Regions experts and attendees
  • Andy Bull (SWEA): Conclusion

LOCATION

WIFI St. Pölten
Mariazeller Straße 97
A-3100 St. Pölten

FIND YOUR WAY

Arriving by car:
• Leave motorway A1 at St. Pölten Süd
• Turn left towards „Zentrum“
• After 1.3 km turn right to „Landsberger Straße“
• The WIFI St. Pölten is located on the left side
• Parking possibilities at garage of WIFI St. Pölten and along the street (Wiener Straße).
Arriving by train at St. Pölten Main Station:
• Drive with bus Nr. 7 towards St. Pölten VAZ , Bus stop: Wirtschaftskammer
• Drive with bus Nr. 1 towards Hart b. St. Pölten, Bus stop: Schwaighof
• Drive with bus Nr. 5 towards Spratzern, Bus stop: Schwaighof
• Drive with bus Nr. 8 towards Harland, Bus stop: Schwaighof