On the 30th of June the Swedish Institute granted Renewtec AB funding to conduct the Pre-BASIC Biogas project.
Pre-BASIC Biogas is a seed funding project with the objective to build a strong consortium and establish a Baltic Sea Innovation Cluster on Biogas (BASIC Biogas) within the framework of the South Baltic Sea Programme.
Project partners are Danish Gas Technology Centre, InnoBaltica Sp z oo, Koszalin University of Technology, Lithuanian Energy Institute and Rostock University.
With 165 participants from 24 countries REGATEC 2016 set a new all-time-high record in terms of participants.
The conference was opened by the Governor of Scania, Margareta Pålsson and the president of the European Biogas Association, Dr. Jan Stambasky.
28 exhibitors, 25 oral presentations by leading biogas, gasification and Power-to-gas experts and 41 posters made REGATEC 2016 the ultimate meeting point for stakeholders interested in renewable methane.
For more info visit the REGATEC 2016 website.