Today, 16th of June, the Annual General Meeting took place. Due to COVID-19 the meeting was held online.
All members were represented and prof. Frank Scholwin, Dr. Andrius Tamosiunas and Dr. Jörgen Held were re-elected as board members. The association’s activities during 2019 resulted in a surplus that is carried forward in a new account.
On the 11th of October Gdansk University formally became a member of the Baltic Energy Innovation Centre.
We are happy to welcome such a distinguished partner as Gdansk University of Technology and to increase the geographical representation among the members to include Poland.
The members are a good starting point when building a project consortium to apply for public funding of transnational projects.
The biogas roadmap of Scania (Skåne), Sweden is a joint effort between biogas players and organizations in Scania to drive the development of biogas. The Regional Authority of Scania (Region Skåne) has taken on the role of coordinating Scania’s roadmap for biogas. More than 60 players have written the letter of intent and participate in the important work towards a sustainable and sustainable Scania.
Biogas is part of a closed cycle where society’s waste is used. Food residues and industrial waste are converted to valuable and climate-friendly products such as vehicle gas, electricity and cogeneration. The nutrients can be returned to arable land by using the digestate as a fertilizer.
Baltic Energy Innovation Centre is in favour of the development of renewable energy in general, and biomethane in particular, and has signed a Letter of Intent supporting the biogas roadmap of Scania.
More information about the Scania Biogas Roadmap (in Swedish) is available here.
BASIC Biogas (Baltic Sea Innovation Cluster on Biogas) is a collaborative effort to reduce the eutrophication of the Baltic Sea.
Anaerobic digestion of maritime substrates in combination with digistate utilization is a way to physically remove phosphorus and nitrogen from the sea and at the same time remove the inconveniences with rottening seaweed on the beaches, produce energy and increase prosperity in coastal regions.
Partners from Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden will apply to the South Baltic Sea Programme for the establishment of the Baltic Sea Innovation Cluster on Biogas. Sweden will be represented by the Baltic Energy Innovation Centre, BEIC.