"For more efficiency in small to medium scale biomethane production." 

Record Biomap - European project about biomethane at small and medium scalefunded through Horizon 2020

 

The Biomethane Map - A network to support small to medium scale biomethane production

This map aims to build up a platform for all stakeholders who work and investigate in innovative technology solutions for substrate pre-treatment, digestion processes and biogas up-grading systems to achieve a cost and energy efficient production of biomethane in small to medium scale applications.

Biogas owners and operators who are interested in an up-grade of their small to medium scale biogas plants to biomethane applications will be able to find technology providers and other relevant actors in this map. 

This platform is build up through the EU-funded Project "Record Biomap" to bridge the gap between research and industry.

Navigation: You may click on the differents parts of the biomethane supply chain to chose which sectors of stakeholders you would like to have displayed on the map. Furthermore, you can select country-specific.

Raw Materials / Residues Substrate Pretreatment Digestion Gas Conditioning for feed-in / vehicle fuel Digistate Utilisation and Application

List of Profiles

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    How to join the network:

    We invite all SMEs and institutions working on promising technologies in this sector to join the biomethane network. The focus lies especially on technologies in the first phases of development, e.g. between the experimental proof of the concept and a validated prototype (TRL - Technical Readiness Level of 3-5 according to EC definition).

    You will be part of the biomethane map with a profile of your institution and if applicable a Technology Description (TD). If you are interested, please download the following forms and send them to us: info[at]biomethane-map.eu

     

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    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691911.