Thursday, 19 April 2018

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No comments | Thursday, April 19, 2018
The European Biomethane Conference offers a platform to discuss new trends and perspectives on biomethane and renewable gases in Europe. For the last three years, the conference took place in Berlin and received around 150 participants from more than 15 countries annually.

Why Dublin this year? The technical potential of biomethane in Ireland has been estimated at around 33PJ in 2020, equivalent to around 11% of final energy demand or a third of total gas demand. With this conference, organized jointly with RGFI, we are sending out a signal for the development of a biomethane market in Ireland.

Minister Denis Naugthen of the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment (DCCAE) has been invited to speak about Ireland contribution to fighting climate change. Malcolm McDowell of DG Energy will share the activities on the recast of Renewable Energy Directive and its implications for bioenergy.
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