It aimed at fostering the bio-methane development in several motivated European regions. Targeting plant operators, policy makers and the public, feasibility studies, public events, many informational materials, trans-European databases and quality standards for power plants were developed.
Fifteen partners from 11 European member states joined the project for supporting a sustainable development in their regions.
Some studies and papers, which were published within this project:
- Biogas Upgrading Technology Review (2012)
- Biogas Roadmap Styria 2013 to 2025 (2013)
- Bio-Methane Regions – Process Monitoring (2012)
- Bio-Methane– Technology and boundary conditions (2012)
- European Case Studies of Anaerobic Digestion Plants Showcasing their Monitoring Practices (2012)
Period: 2011 to 2014
Funding authority: Intelligent Europe Programme – European Commission
Partners: Severn Wye Energy Agency Ltd (SWEA) – UK, Economic Development Corporation Schwäbisch Hall (WFG) – Germany, Technische Universität Wien - Institut für Verfahrenstechnik, Umwelttechnik und Techn. Biowissenschaften - Austria, Rhônalpénergie-Environnement (RAEE) – France, Centre Wallon de Recherches Agronomiques (CRA-W)– Belgium, University of Glamorgan (UoG) – UK, Regione Abruzzo (ARAEN) – Italy, Agricultural Institute of Slovenia (AIS) – Slovenia, Energikontor Sydost (ESS) – Sweden, Knowledge Centre for Agriculture (VFL) – Denmark, Energetski Institut of Hrvoje Pozar (EIHP) – Croatia, Hungarian Institute of Agricultural Engineering (MGI) – Hungary, European Federation of Regional Energy and Environment Agencies (FEDARENE) – Belgium, Assoc. for Local Initiatives in the Field of Energy and Environment (AILE) - France