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Biogas Symposium 2012
Energy Fields | 2012 - 2nd International CLAAS Symposium on Biogas
What impact will Germany’s Renewable Energy Resources Act (EEG) 2012 have on existing and future plants? Does it provide new opportunities? Which crops and crop rotations – in addition to, or instead of, maize – will provide high gas yields at which sites? How will the requirements for fertilisation with digestates change?
The success of a biogas plant does not depend on the electricity feed-in tariff or the amount of used heat alone. The decisive factors are the security of substrate supply, the location, and the entire range of process flows – from crop cultivation to substrate procurement and all the way through to plant operation.
With over 20 years’ experience in the biogas sector and around 6,000 plants, Germany has great biogas potential. Nevertheless current R&D investments are constantly providing tweaking opportunities to increase economic efficiency. In addition, the sector is impacted by legislature, in some cases considerable raw material price fluctuations, and naturally the (social and natural) environment surrounding a biogas plant.
The 1st International CLAAS Symposium on Biogas provided a platform for passing on and exchanging information and experience. We want to continue this success story and are happy to offer you the opportunity to join us again in January 2012. Together with experts from various fields of specialisation we look forward to exchanging ideas with you – with especially one objective in mind: Rich in Energy.
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