We are excited to announce that ProCycla has officially become a European Biogas Association (EBA) member. The EBA is the leading non-governmental organization in Europe that promotes the use of biogas and biomethane as a source of renewable energy. The EBA supports the development of the biogas industry by providing information, networking opportunities, and representation at the European level. Some of the specific activities the EBA undertakes include:
- Advocating for favorable policy and regulatory frameworks for the biogas and biomethane industry at the European level
- Providing information and education on the benefits and potential of biogas and biomethane
- Organizing conferences, workshops, and other events to promote the exchange of knowledge and ideas among industry stakeholders
- Representing the interests of the biogas and biomethane industry in relevant European and international organizations
- Facilitating networking and collaboration among members and other industry stakeholders
As a member of the EBA, ProCycla is committed to contributing to developing a sustainable energy system in Europe. Biogas and biomethane are renewable energy sources from organic waste, such as agricultural and industrial waste, and can generate electricity, heat, and transportation fuel.
Biogas and biomethane are essential to achieving carbon neutrality, as they can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Biomethane, in particular, can be used as a substitute for natural gas, making it an essential solution for decarbonizing the gas grid.
ProCycla aims to support companies' sustainable development in the agricultural and industrial sectors. We believe that our membership in the EBA will allow us to collaborate with other leading organizations in the biogas and biomethane industry further to promote the use of these renewable energy sources.
We look forward to working with the EBA and are proud to be part of the effort to promote the production and use of biogas and biomethane and achieve carbon neutrality in the EU by 2050.