African Sustainable Energy Association
African Sustainable Energy Association represents and actively promotes Renewable Energy Solutions in the Africa. We focus on Wind, Solar, Biomass, Biogas, Bio Fuels, Green Products, Energy Saving, Alternative Energy, Energy from Waste, Fuel Cell Technologies etc.
AFSEA advocate policy development on behalf of our members at decision making government level. We also promote understanding of the industry and its potential through tools such as industry events, forums, conferences, newsletters and publications, our objective is to provide access to information that can affect today’s clean energy industries as much as tomorrow’s world.
Our members share the belief that lowering our carbon footprint is as important as the doing of business itself because we understand that every small endeavor toward a green, sustainable world makes a difference.
We organize top management events and forums creating a networking platform for companies across the world.
Our members include research institutes, developers, contractors, consultants, suppliers and members of the public dedicated to building a greener planet.
Our projects include making information available re global warming issues, sustainable solutions/technologies to counter harmful carbon emission.
Membership benefits will provide your organisation with immediate opportunities to tap into unique business, educational and networking benefits and forums for debate – driven by industry, for industry.
Alternative Energy Promotion Centre
The mission of AEPC is to make renewable energy mainstream resource through increased access, knowledge and adaptability contributing for the improved living conditions of people in Nepal.
“An institution recognized as a regional/international example of promoting large-scale use of renewable energy sustainable and a national focal point for resource mobilization”. The focus is to make AEPC recognized as an active institution promoting Renewable Energy Technology (RET) in the region.
The Objectives of AEPC are as follows:
- To popularize and promote the use of alternative/renewable energy technology.
- To raise the living standard of the rural people.
- To protect the environment.
- To develop the commercially viable alternative energy industries in the country.
AMADES – Moroccan Association of Solid Waste
AMADES-Morocco is a non-profit association founded in 2005 in KENITRA. AMADES-Morocco is affiliated to the University of Ibn Tofail, Faculty of Sciences and is listed in the Ministry of Environment.
It has more than 100 members and works closely with several companies, associations and charities both national and international.
The Association’s main objectives are:
- Group together all persons or groups directly or indirectly linked to the management of solid wastes.
- To contribute to the development of R&D through the organization of symposia, congresses on themes linked to the waste management and recovery.
- To publish and circulate magazines and manuals related to the management of the solid waste.
- To provide technical expertise and consultancy to various public or private establishments in the domain of the management of solid waste.
- Contribute to the awareness of the citizen and the operators linked to the management of the solid wastes.
American Biogas Council
The American Biogas Council is the only national trade association representing the entire biogas industry in the U.S. The ABC represents over 200 companies covering the entire biogas supply chain who are dedicated to maximizing the production and use of biogas from organic waste.
Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association
We are the trade association that represents the interests of the UK AD industry at all levels with a view to maximising the industry’s potential. ADBA is made up of over 400 members, representing the industry as a whole in relation to the Government, regulators and other stakeholders as well as supporting our members’ individual businesses. Find us online at www.adbioresources.org, Twitter@adbioresources, LinkedIn in the ADBA group
Biogas Association of Ghana (BAG)
The Biogas Association of Ghana is an umbrella network of companies, practitioners, researchers, CSOs, NGOs, Artisanal Associations and International Development Organisations promoting anaerobic Digestion as a preferred solution for sustainable waste management, energy, agriculture and climate change mitigation.
The Association operates through advocacy, representation, capacity building, knowledge sharing, awareness creation and promotion of the anaerobic digestion technology for increased adoption and improved environment in Ghana.
Brazilian Association of Biogas and Methane
ABBM establishes partnerships in the organization of events, for the dissemination of knowledge about Biogas and Biomethane throughout Brazil.
Canadian Biogas Association
The Canadian Biogas Association is the collective voice of Canada’s biogas sector and is committed to developing the biogas industry to its fullest potential through capturing and processing organic materials to maximize the utility and value inherent within that material. Our members span the entire value chain of the sector and consist of farmers, municipalities, private sector owners and operators of biogas systems, technology suppliers and consultants, financial and learning institutions, utilities, and waste industry and organics residual generators.
CIBiogás (International Center for Renewable Energy – Biogas) is a science, technology and innovation institution that develops actions related to the implantation, generation of knowledge and technology transfer of biogas systems. In addition, the institution aims to support the development of public policies that regulate and encourage the use of biogas.
The Center is made up of institutions that develop and / or support projects related to renewable energy.
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
C40 is a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40 supports cities to collaborate effectively, share knowledge and drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable action on climate change.
Climate and Clean Air Coalition
The Climate and Clean Air Coalition is a voluntary partnership of governments, intergovernmental organizations, businesses, scientific institutions and civil society organizations committed to improving air quality and protecting the climate through actions to reduce short-lived climate pollutants.
Our global network currently includes over 120 state and non-state partners, and hundreds of local actors carrying out activities across economic sectors.
Climate Technology Centre & Network
The CTCN is the operational arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism, hosted by the UN Environment Programme and the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The Centre promotes the accelerated transfer of environmentally sound technologies for low carbon and climate resilient development at the request of developing countries. We provide technology solutions, capacity building and advice on policy, legal and regulatory frameworks tailored to the needs of individual countries by harnessing the expertise of a global network of technology companies and institutions.
IBBK BIOGAS Network
Our primary concern is to promote and support developments in the sector of biogas and facilitate an efficient application for a sustainable future.
The latest research and applicability are the cornerstones of our work. We dedicate ourselves to this task both in the cradle of biogas development, in Germany, and throughout the world.
We focus on daily practice and our global network of experts and gladly share this wealth of experience covering two decades with you and our members.
You can also profit from our unprecedented practice-orientated training courses, independent consulting and the results of our international research projects.
Global Methane Initiative
Launched in 2004, the GMI is an international public-private initiative that advances cost-effective, near-term methane abatement and recovery and use of methane as a clean energy source in three sectors: biogas (including agriculture, municipal solid waste, and wastewater), coal mines, and oil and gas systems. Working in collaboration with other international organizations, the Initiative has formed key alliances with partners such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) to reduce global methane emissions. Focusing collective efforts on methane emission sources is a cost-effective approach to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increase energy security, enhance economic growth, improve air quality and improve worker safety.
During the 2018 Global Methane Forum, GMI Partners reaffirmed their commitment to the Initiative in the Global Methane Initiative Communiqué: Momentum on Methane (PDF, 2 pp), a consensus statement on GMI’s accomplishments over the last 10 years, as well as priorities for the future.
Italian Compost and Biogas Consortium (Consorzio Italiano Compostatori)
The Italian Composting and Biogas Consortium is a no profit association which unites public and private biogas and compost producers, local authorities and others involved in biowaste recycling, like machinery and equipment constructors, research bodies, etc.
Since 1992, CIC’s mission has been to promote and follows up, in collaboration with Local Authorities, proposals for new laws, the policy of waste reduction, the separate waste collection for the selection and recycling of biowaste.
The Association co-ordinates and promotes the activities of the associated companies and public bodies with the following aims:
To promote the biowaste recycling trough biogas and composted materials production
To promote initiatives for sales and marketing, and the appropriate destination for the final products of biowaste recovery
To promote the correct use of high quality and controlled quality compost in agriculture, in land reclamation and restoration, and in other alternative uses
To carry out research and scientific studies, and distribute information relating to methods and techniques used in biowaste recycling.
RedBioLac (Biodigesters Network for Latin America and the Caribbean)
The vision of RedBioLAC is the organisation of reference in the research, development, implementation and dissemination of biodigesters to stimulate the adequate management of natural resources and promote the socioeconomic well-being of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Our mission is to be a network that brings together institutions related to applied research and the dissemination of anaerobic biodigestion to stimulate the comprehensive treatment and management of organic waste, as strategies to improve the well-being of the population of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Southern African Biogas Industries Association (SABIA)
SABIA intends to promote the needs of industry stakeholders, paving the way to a fruitful and prosperous Biogas industry in Southern Africa, benefiting the geographic region economically as well as contributing to sustainability.
South African Department of Trade & Industry (the dti)
“A dynamic industrial, globally competitive South African economy, characterised by inclusive growth and development, decent employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens”. the dti´s mission is to:
• Promote structural transformation, towards a dynamic industrial and globally competitive economy;
• Provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment, conducive to investment, trade and enterprise development;
• Broaden participation in the economy to strengthen economic development; and
• Continually improve the skills and capabilities of the dti to effectively deliver on its mandate and respond to the needs of South Africa’s economic citizens
Southern African Gas Association (SAGA)
We strive to meet the needs of the industry role players and the general public by promoting and instilling a climate conducive to safety. The core focus is on awareness, sharing of knowledge and compliance in support of a safe and efficient environment.
Covering areas of expertise and applications as to piped gas upstream of and inclusive downstream Industrial Thermoprocessing, CNG, LNG, Biogas and NGV’s within the respective supply value chains.