In Denmark, 40% of the gas in the network is biomethane
Market and policy
Denmark is a mostly agricultural country with a high quantity of biomass for the production of biogas. In fact, it is one of the countries in which this market has developed significantly, as well as that of biomethane, so much so that today 40% of the gas present in the grid is precisely biomethane. Denmark aims to achieve 100% biomethane in the grid and a 70% reduction in CO2 by 2030. For this reason, it has many projects underway and can serve as an example for other European countries such as Poland, where the Danish Embassy operates, as Petersen explains.
Original language: English
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