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Posters

During the conference breaks attendees were able to visit the poster area. Below you find the list of approved posters. Conference attendees could elect the best poster during the final plenary session, which was granted the EBA Poster Award.


Organisation Country Title
BCE/EBA Belgium Biorefine Cluster Europe
Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg Germany Biogas Plant Installation in the region of Brandenburg, Germany: Environmental Impacts – Safety Aspects and Risk Application
BRGM (Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières)-French geological survey France Conversion of H2 and CO2 into CH4 by Methanogens as a Potential Way of Energy Storage
BTK-LEGAL Poland GreenGas – Biomethane production & trade project in Poland
     
DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH Germany Biochemical disintegration for anaerobic digestion by using more efficient enzymes – Aims and approaches of the H2020-project DEMETER
Department of Civil Engineering, Inha University Republic of Korea Accelerating methane production from glycerol by magnetite addition
Direzione Energia e Approvvigionamenti di Gruppo Italy Biomethane production from microalgae anaerobic wastewater treatment
Dublin Institute of Technology Ireland Influent distribution in UASB reactors – Short review on the current designs and optimization possibilities
ECO-Bio – Simplex R&D Team South Korea The Utilization of European Desulfurization Technology in South Korea
ENGIE Lab CRIGEN France A European collaborative project on biomethane quality to ensure the safe and competitive development of biomethane
Evergaz France BIOGAS IN FRANCE : OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Fachhochschule Münster – Fachbereich Energie Gebäude Umwelt Germany DETERMINATION FOR THE TRACE ELEMENT REQUIREMENT OF BIOLOGICAL METHANATION
Fachhochschule Münster – Fachbereich Energie Gebäude Umwelt Germany Biochemical conversion of liquid, biogenous waste resources via anaerobic high performance reactors for the optimization of conventional biogas processes
GAYA R&D Project manager (ENGIE Lab CRIGEN) France GAYA, a strategic project aiming to reduce production costs of biomethane from biomass gasification
GM GREEN METHANE SRL Italy Hot-Pot based innovative approach for Biogas Upgrading to Biomethane
Grillo-Werke AG – Chemical Division Germany Upgrade of Methane to Value-Added Products: Industrial Synthesis of Methanesulfonic Acid
Korea Institute of Energy Research; Clean Fuel Laboratory Korea Functionalized nanoporous carbons for removing siloxane and ammonia impurities from biogas
Landwärme GmbH Germany RED II: Opportunity or Thread for the Biomethane Industry
Leibniz Universität Hannover; Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management Germany Development of exergy based economic evaluation tool for bio-energy conversion systems: an example application on biogas plant with co-generation system
National Physical Laboratory, UK United Kingdom THE CHALLENGE OF TOTAL SILICON MEASUREMENT – MEETING EUROPEAN BIOMETHANE QUALITY STANDARDS
Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) Finland Potential of VFA production via anaerobic digestion
Paul Scherrer Institut Switzerland Direct Methanation of Biogas by Fluidised Bed: Long-Duration Demonstration
Paul Scherrer Institut Switzerland Biogas Desulfurization for Power-to-Gas: Protecting a Catalytic Methanation Reactor
Paul Scherrer Institut Switzerland Concept study for “Manure-to-Electricity” at small-scale farms: The Swiss case
Regional Council of Central Finland Finland Central Finland Heads Towards Circular Economy – The Developing Biogas Ecosystem at the Center
Sherbrooke Research and Development Centre Canada Start-up and operating strategies of low temperature dry-anaerobic bioreactors for processing dairy manure and municipal bio-waste co-digestion
Udine University Italy UASB anaerobic digestion of highly-loaded liquid substrates: a pilot-study in Friuli-Venezia Giulia region
University of Groningen The Netherlands Integration of anaerobic digestion unit into a biorefinery for sustainable energy management
University of Hohenheim Germany Perception of Risks for the Adoption of Biological Methanation in German Biogas Plants
University of Reading – Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences UK Thermal pre-treatment of lignocellulosic biomass as a method to enhance biogas production
University of Tehran Iran Biochar addition to enhance biogas production and digestate quality in anaerobic digestion of waste activated sludge
Yara Industrial GmbH Germany Positive Impact of Controlled Calcium Nitrate Dosage on the Biogas Process Verified by Molecular Analyses of Microbial Communities in Large-Scale and Lab-Scale Anaerobic Digesters

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