On-site hydrogen generation company BayoTech has joined the European Biogas Association (EBA), a European association in the field of biogas and biomethane production.

Founded in February 2009, EBA has created a network of established national organisations, scientific institutes and companies committed to the deployment of biomethane and other renewable gases across Europe. 

EBA advocates for their recognition as sustainable, on demand and flexible energy sources that provide multiple knock-on socio-economic and environmental benefits. 

Commenting on BayoTech’s new membership in the association, Harmen Dekker, President of the EBA, said, “BayoTech technologies are based on the production of hydrogen through biogas and the integration of these two renewable gases with their respective advantages in one production chain can help us to significantly reduce GHG emissions in multiple sectors.”

“In transport, we can reach negative emissions and power highly efficient cars, trucks, buses, ships and trains. This is an optimal solution to scale-up the renewable gas industry and develop our future energy systems.”

Steve Jones, BayoTech Vice-President, Europe, added, “Renewable gases will play a key role in supporting the EU’s commitment to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. Biogas represents an important pathway to hydrogen production that makes carbon neutral, or even carbon negative, hydrogen achievable today.”

“The European Biogas Association is a committed advocate for the production and consumption of renewable gases throughout Europe and we look forward to working together to help spread the message”.