08.10.2020 The production of biogas in Denmark is rapidly increasing. In 2020, more than 20% of the gas in the natural gas grid was biomethane produced from manure, food and industrial wastes. That number is expected reach 30% by 2023 more than 30%. Research and development partnerships between academia and industry have played a vital role in achieving this green transition
10.04.2020 Biogas Go Global will be co-hosting two webinars in April and May.
04.03.2020 In the Biogas Go Global project, the Danish legislation – “Bekendtgørelse om anvendelse af affald til jordbrugsformål” ( Executive Order on the use of waste for agricultural purposes) has been translated into English.
24.01.2020 Next week, Thomas Hwan Jensen and Daniel Berman from The Danish Energy Agency will join Chris Voell from The Trade Council Biogas Team in Washington DC for a one week Biogas Go Global mission to the East Coast more notably Washington DC and New York State. In contrast to California, the legislative framework is still being developed in the aforementioned states as well as the conditions for digester systems seems more favourable.
22.01.2020 Joining Biogas Go Global at the start of 2020, Daniel will be responsible for establishing partnerships with US public authorities under BGGs work package 2, as well as contributing his knowledge and expertise within modelling, analysis, and optimization of sustainable energy systems. More specifically these competences include analysis of economic feasibility, environmental impacts through lifecycle analysis (LCA), and industrial process design.
19.09.2019 Recently an American delegation from the organisation I-Sustain visited Denmark to learn more about the Danish biogas sector. At Agro Business Park in Foulum, Denmark, the group was introduced to the Biogas Go Global initiative and visited Aarhus University’s biogas plant.
26.11.2018 The production of biogas and recirculation of nutrients from manur and industrial and household waste more than doubled since the danish energy agreement in 2012. The industry is growing, also internationally, and over a number of years competencies and experiences among private companies and public stakeholders in Denmark have been built up, writes Energy Supply.