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As part of our ongoing responsibility to enable the biogas and anaerobic digestion industry to realise its full potential, WBA is developing an ongoing series of market reports, technical webinars and associated guidance notes, and sector-focused policy briefings. Below is the preliminary schedule of events. As a membership organisation we are keen to hear suggestions as to which areas you would like to know more about, in regard to markets, technology or process. Please contact Robert Zlokower at WBA.

14h30 to 16h00 BST (UTC +1)

29th March, 2021

Report Launch
Biogas: Pathways to 2030

Often overlooked, organic waste represents a key sector in urgent need of decarbonisation. By simply managing these important bioresources more effectively we can cut global GHG emissions by 10% by 2030. Our forthcoming report “Biogas: Pathways to 2030” will map out how.

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9h30 to 10h30 BST (UTC +1)

29th April, 2021

Technical Webinar
EU Taxonomy and Biogas

The European Union’s ‘Climate Change Taxonomy’ was formally adopted on 21st April. The pioneering taxonomy is a government classification system, establishing a list of environmentally friendly activities to boost sustainable investments. In that sense it sets a global benchmark for economic activity. WBA is hosting a webinar at 9h30 to 10h30 BST (10h30 to 11h30 CET) on 29th April featuring expert policy analysts from Zero Waste Europe, European Biogas Association and NN Investment Partners. We will examine in-depth the taxonomy and reveal what it means for the biogas sector.

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10h00 to 11h00 BST (UTC +1)

20th May, 2021

Country Profile
Ireland

The Irish government has set a target of 1.6 TWh of biomethane produced per year by 2030 – this will require an industry capacity of 200 MW compared to ± 30-31 MW in capacity available today. Join us to discuss the opportunities and challenges of scaling biogas in Ireland.

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19h00 to 20h00 BST (UTC +1)

2nd June, 2021

Country Profile
Brazil

Brazil is ranked fifth globally as the country in which biogas could deliver the greatest contribution to carbon reduction. It currently contributes 6% of global GHG emissions. Join us to discuss how we can support the biogas industry in Brazil to achieve its full potential.

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5th July, 2021

WBA Members Meeting

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6th – 8th July, 2021

World Biogas Summit 2021

The biogas industry is growing rapidly worldwide, which presents exciting new opportunities to grasp as well as challenges for us to explore and overcome together. Join us to hear from specialists and experts from across the globe, to share knowledge and best practice, learn from the experiences of others and agree on the key strategic approaches necessary for a healthy, sustainable future.

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tbc September, 2021

Technical Webinar

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tbc September, 2021

2nd International Biogas Conference

India

India is ranked second globally (after China) as the country in which biogas could deliver the greatest contribution to carbon reduction. It currently contributes 6% of global GHG emissions. Join us to discuss how we can support the biogas industry in India to achieve its full potential.

tbc October, 2021

Technical Webinar

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tbc October, 2021

Country Profile

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tbc November, 2021

Technical Webinar

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tbc November, 2021

Country Profile

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tbc December, 2021

Technical Webinar

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tbc December, 2021

Country Profile

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