The European Biogas Association (EBA) will aim to expand Europe’s biogas industry over the next three years, according to plans laid out by newly appointed President Anders Mathiasson.
Together with 8 Board Members, the EBA aims to build upon the rapidly advancing biogas and biomethane production sector within the EU, an industry that today accounts for 15 billion cubic metres (bcm) of biogas produced each year and 3 bcm of biomethane.
In addition to saving 60 million tonnes (Mt) of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions each year, 210,000 green jobs have been created throughout Europe.
Stating that the biogas sector is set to play an ‘important role’ in securing energy independency and climate neutrality, Mathiasson explained that it could be a key factor in enabling the transition towards renewable energy.
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