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EUBCE 2021 - Felix COLMOGREN - Biogas - Global Challenges, Markets and Cooperation Opportunities

Biogas - Global Challenges, Markets and Cooperation Opportunities

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Industrial System and Sources Integration for Low Carbon Fuels and Products

Biogas - Global Challenges, Markets and Cooperation Opportunities

Short Introductive summary

Decreasing electric energy incentives for biogas technologies challenge the energy sector in many countries. There is a large amount of excess biomass and biowaste that could be transformed into heat, power and fuel. Agricultural residues and waste as well as organic urban waste often poses environmental and financial problems in countries in the global south that can be reduced by using these resources for biogas production. Therefore, adapted technologies are needed to increase revenues and benefits from energy services, organic waste treatment, digestate, and negative carbon emissions.
DiBiCoo is funded under the EU Horizon 2020 programme (Contract No. 857804) and supports the biogas and biomethane industry by preparing markets for the export of sustainable biogas and biomethane technologies from Europe to importing countries, more specifically Ghana, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Argentina and South Africa, to exploit their biogas potential. This is achieved by the development and application of an innovative digital matchmaking tool, capacity building activities and the preparation of demo cases up to the investment stage in all five importing countries.

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Felix COLMOGREN

WIP Renewable Energies

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Co-authors:

F. Colmorgen, WIP Renewable Energies, Munich, GERMANY
D. Rutz, WIP Renewable Energies, Munich, GERMANY
R. Janssen, WIP Renewable Energies, Munich, GERMANY
J. Anhorn, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Munich, GERMANY
M. Rohrer, WIP Renewable Energies, Vienna, AUSTRIA
A. Sainz, European Biogas Association, Brussels, BELGIUM
F. Kirchmeyr, Austrian Compost & Biogas Association, Vienna, AUSTRIA
S. Sagala, Resilience Development Initiative, Jakarta, INDONESIA
A. Zacepins, Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, Jelgava, LATVIA
V. Komasilovs, Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, Jelgava, LATVIA
S. Stolpp, German Biogas Association, Munich, GERMANY
S. Alemu, Iceaddis IT Consultancy, Addis Abeba, ETHIOPIA
W. Bogale, Iceaddis IT Consultancy, Addis Abeba, ETHIOPIA
J. A. Hilbert, The National Institute of Agricultural Technology, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
D. Rosslee, Selectra CC, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
M. Mohammed, ISEES - Institute for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Solutions, Accra, GHANA
Y. Salie, The Green Cape Sector Development Agency Npc, Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA

Session reference: IDV.7.1