Food-Fuel: what synergies can emerge?
What is biomethane/RNG?
The fact that agriculture also supplies non-food products is nothing new. One example is the use of agricultural raw materials in the production of biofuels. The food-fuel conflict has existed for years and the debate still rages on. But has the production of biofuels based on agricultural products really had a negative impact on food availability and prices in Europe? Or has it, on the contrary, brought major benefits to agriculture? Luc Vernt, co-founder of Farm Europe, answers these questions.
Original language: English
Spokesman & Policy advisor, Renew Europe
Cost and revenue optimisation of biomethane plants in France
Biogas and biomethane/RNG for the protection of biodiversity
Energy Vision, the leading independent voice for the promotion of biomethane (or RNG) in the US and worldwide
Joanna D. Underwood
Aspects to take into consideration for producing biomethane/RNG from small scale plants