BIOSURF is an EU-funded project whose objective is to increase the production and use of biomethane (from animal waste,other waste materials and sustainable biomass), for grid injection and as transport fuel, by removing non-technical barriers and by paving the way towards a European biomethane market.
The brochure of the Biogas Action project contains information on the ten most interesting biogas plant projects of the Biogas Action project countries, providing the reader with technical data for each plant as well as background information concerning the start-up conditions.
Biofuels and Bioproducts from Wet and Gaseous Waste Streams: Challenges and Opportunities, published by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office
The 2016 report provides an overview of the European Union’s biofuel market, including data on wood pellets and biogas. Among others, the report addresses the EU biogas industry, noting the European biogas sector is very diverse.
The report “Region-Specific Social Innovation and Community Energy Approaches with an Application Potential in Biogas” builds upon previous research conducted in the first 6 months of the ISABEL project and explores social innovation triggers to increase the likelihood of successful community biogas energy projects. In particular, the report identifies methods and approaches that have the potential
The Agricultural Outlook 2016-25 is a collaborative effort of OECD and FAO. It brings together the commodity, policy and country expertise of both organisations and input from collaborating member countries to provide an assessment of medium-term prospects of national, regional and global agricultural commodity markets.
The latest report by REN 21 entitled ‘’Renewables 2016 Global Status’’ gives an overview on the year 2015, a remarkable year for renewable energy.2015 was an extraordinary year for renewable energy.Renewables are now cost competitive with fossil fuels in many markets and are established around the world as mainstream sources of energy. Cities, communities and
The report “Biogas landscape and specificities in the 3 targeted regions” analyzes the regional biogas landscape and specificities in the 3 targeted regions in terms of (i) the existing biogas stakeholders and supply chains (farmers/breeders/foresters, biogas producers, intermediaries, energy consumers and local/regional authorities), (ii) their operational practices and impact orientation (i.e. both economic and societal),
The ISABEL report “Social Innovation and Community Energy best practices, methods and tools across Europe” through an extensive analysis of the existing literature review as well as through interviews with representatives of major Social Innovation and Community Energy initiatives, maps the best practices of Social Innovation and community approaches in Europe and their key success