This is an easily accessible database of multipurpose open access pilot and demo-infrastructures for the European bio-economy. See: www.biopilots4u.eu/content/pilots4u-asset-database
Did you know that the German Biogas Association has an English language site with lots of useful publications and information? Why not take a look at their publications to get a different perspective?
We would like to notify all AD Network members of the above EU consultation which closes on 10 May 16.
This is designed to consult stakeholders and citizens on an updated EU policy on sustainable bioenergy for the period 2020-2030, as part of the EU renewable energy package.
More information can be found on the consultation website.
The above document, launched at the EU Sustainable Energy Week earlier this year, is available to download here: http://bioenfapesp.org/scopebioenergy/index.php/chapters
More than 100 experts from 24 countries contirbuted to the report, including 15 of the EU’s leading institutions. This 779 page report presents main findings and recommendations on current production, use of bioenergy and growth potential, considering such aspects as land use, feedstocks, technologies, impacts and policies.
Members of Task 37 recently published an annual summary of their Country Reports for 2014. The individual country reports include information on the number of biogas plants in operation, biogas production data, biogas utilisation, number of upgrading plants, number of vehicles using biomethane as fuel, details of financial support mechanisms and some information on key national research and development projects.
Find out more here: http://www.iea-biogas.net/country-reports.html