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Vocational Education for Biogas Denmark


The Danish Biogas sector is a self-taught business, hence qualified and educated workforce is in short supply. In 2015, DFFB was put in place to form a competence centre and to make sure that the business had access to educated workforce.

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Pre-treatment plant Denmark, DFFB


Due to the growing biogas industry in Denmark, the prices of  biomass other than manure and deep litter is increasing. This has forced some biogas plants to look into new ways of getting biomasses.

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Network for educational institutions Denmark


The Danish biogas sector was an unknown area for the Danish educational institutions. To draw attention to the challenges in education for the biogas industry, a number of different educational institutions were contacted individually by DFFB to identify opportunities for training.

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Biogas Action – Network between biogas plants Denmark


The background for forming a network between biogas plants is that plants are not competitors, although they operate on a free market. Instead they want to make sure that they are operating their plants in the most efficient way possible; creating the need for a network.

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Biogas Action – Business model for Haderup Denmark


A local farmer in the northern part of Denmark was considering building a biogas farmer plant. In order to help him, BiogasAction made a number of different calculations based on different tools in order to give him an impression of the amount of financing needed.

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Advisory committees to train companies and institutions, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes


AURA-EE, as regional energy agency maintains relationships with local suppliers/companies, local authorities, institutions and project owners in the region. AURA-EE organizes advisory committees twice a year, to allow stakeholders to meet other companies, administrations, project owners etc.

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Guideline to managing biomethane production for bioCNG utilities in a local area


A 60 pages guideline with details on regulation, raising awareness on guaranty of origin mechanism and possibilities to use the biomethane as local fuel.

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Change the Framework for biomethane development


The biogas action project created the opportunity to change the framework for biomethane production to produce biomethane in farms and sell it directly as bioGNC, or to collect this biomethane by trucks and deliver it to the gas grid, a few kilometers away.

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Guideline to creating a bioCNG refueling station in farms


Most farmers are thinking about building a biomethane refueling station as part of  their biogas plant. This guide highlights the feasibility and shows a possible strategy for farmers who want to become suppliers of CNG for citizens and local authorities.

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Marketing for biogas development in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes


RAEE (now AURA-EE) led a project to promote regional operators' activity in the field of biogas, introducing the Biogaz Gener’action logo.

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