CONFERENCE

The biennial Conference of the European Biogas Association covers a broad range of topics related to biogas, biomethane and gasification, from production to utilisation. There is plenty of room for networking with 250+ representatives from research, industry, politics and production. A high quality poster session brings you up-to-date with latest research and innovation topics. At the exhibition relevant company experts show you latest developments and product opportunities.

With this conference we strive to unite biogas experience and share latest information on policies, industry developments, innovation and legislation. The third edition of the EBA conference takes place from 27 to 29 September 2016 in Gent, Belgium. On September 27 an 28 there will be plenary and parallel sessions on technical, economic, scientific and political aspects of anaerobic digestion and gasification. In addition you can join a study tour on September 29 and parallel technical workshops. Topics include biogas and syngas production, biomethane production, circular economy, sustainable raw materials, digestate, biorefineries and future markets. More information on the programme you can find here

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Conference Organizer

The European Biogas Association (EBA) was founded in 2009 as a Belgian non-profit organization aiming to promote sustainable biogas production and use in Europe. Since then we have been steadily growing, covering in 2013 almost the whole continent with more than 60 members. We provide a well-established network and communication platform for exchanging information and expertise.

  • The conference was an excellent opportunity to get to know the European biogas industry, establish contacts and exchange ideas.

    Florian MixMT-Biomethan GmbH, Germany
  • Good experts, great organization, friendly atmosphere, up-to-date information Hungarian Biogas Association.

    Prof. Kornel L. KovacsUniversity of Szeged, Hungary
  • The most important aspect of the conference was coverage of topics important for the future of biogas and a good networking

    Peter StarzStreisal GmbH, Germany
  • The most important to me was to learn about future of biogas sector in the EU which will also have an impact on our national legislation

    Miran HrzenjakKeter Organica, Slovenia