Events

23.08.2017 - 24.08.2017, Poznan, Poland

Inter Baltic Biogas Arena (IBBA) Workshop 2017

The next IBBA event will take place in Poznan, Poland and focus on “High-value products from biogas systems – nutrient extraction and biorefinery approaches". The speakers represent a nice range between research and industry. They bring many different perspectives with one goal - getting the most out of organic waste and biogas.


22.05.2017 - 23.05.2017, Pacengo (Verona), Italy

REGATEC Renewable Gas Technology Conference

Every year the Renewable Gas Technology Conference REGATEC 2017 brings experts from countries all over the world together to focus on technical and industrial topics related to the thermochemical and biochemical supply of biomethane. This year for the fourth time.

REGATEC 2017 focused on:

• Anaerobic digestion/gas cleaning/upgrading
• Gasification of biomass and waste/syngas cleaning/methanation
• Power-to-gas
• Biomass gasification for CHP production

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy was co-organiser with RENEWTEC AB.

www.regatec.org


29.03.2017 - 30.03.2017, Leipzig

III. Conference on “Monitoring & Process Control of Anaerobic Digestion Plants”

The third conference on monitoring and process control in AD plants focused on the latest developments in the sector and provided a platform for networking. We were present as sponsors as well as with a speaker.


28.03.2017 - 29.03.2017, London

ADBA Biogas Research & Innovation Forum 2017

Frank Scholwin presented experiences with investigations of use of process additives and process data evaluation in large scale from own research and consultancy. More about the conference: http://adbioresources.org/events/ri-forum/?/adba-ri-forum-2017


09.11.2016 - 11.11.2016, Cali, Columbia

Training course - Development of biogas projects in Colombia

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy conducted a training course in Cali, Colombia from November 9th through 11th, 2016. During the course, participants learned the basics of biogas production and use, and planning steps to develop a biogas project. This included - in addition to technical issues - the economic evaluation of biogas projects. The content provided the participants with interactive methods. This way the learned contents could imediately be put to practical use during the course. The training course was organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Cali (Cámara de Comercio de Cali).


07.09.2016 - 09.09.2016, Stockholm - Turku

NBC Nordic Biogas Conference

The sixth Nordic Biogas Conference (NBC) was held on a Viking Grace cruise ship with excursions to Finnish biogas plants on the second day. The conference was organised by biogas representatives from all five Nordic countries and attracted attendees internationally.

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy supported the programme committee from the continent.

http://nordicbiogas.biokaasuyhdistys.net/


25.08.2016 - 26.08.2016, Esbjerg, Denmark

IBBA Workshop Pretreatment of Cellulosic Feedstocks, Economizing Biogas Production, Sustainable Biomass and Cheap Carbon Sources

The unique workshop with familiar atmosphere, speeddating and many opportunities for connections between industry and research!

More information: www.ibbaworkshop.se


21.08.2016 - 24.08.2016, Szeged, Hungary

Biogas Science 2016 conference

The Biogas Science 2016 conference is a high level scientific conference for our scientific followers. All details here:

https://www.biogas-science-2016.hu/


12.05.2016, Malmö, Sweden

Biosurf Workshop on Biomethane Trade in EU

http://www.biosurf.eu/en_GB/events/28/biosurf-workshop-in-sweden/


10.05.2016 - 11.05.2016, Malmö, Sweden

REGATEC 2016 - The Renewable Gas Technology Conference

The major conference in the biogas, gasification and Power-to-gas sector!

REGATEC 2016 focused on:

• Anaerobic digestion/gas cleaning/upgrading
• Gasification of biomass and waste/syngas cleaning/methanation
• Power-to-gas
• Biomass gasification for CHP production

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy was co-organiser with RENEWTEC AB.

 

www.regatec.org


12.10.2015, Berlin, Germany

European Biomethane Conference

On 12 October, 2015, dena held the first European Biomethane Conference in Berlin.

dena’s European Biomethane Conference is the first European platform dedicated to identifying biomethane trends and prospects in Europe. The subjects that were discussed at the conference included the opportunities and limits of the mass balance approach as well as the aspects that have proved of value and the aspects necessary to further expand the European biomethane market.

IBKE was co-orginiser of the conference.

 


28.09.2015 - 29.09.2015, Dresden, Germany

September 28-29th 2015 - 10th Biogastagung Dresden

For the 10th time the TU Dresden presented the Biogas conference (in German), which focused on the fermentation of organic residues. Besides DBFZ, VDI EESA, University of Rostock and IKTS, the Institute for Biogas , Waste Management and Energy was again co-organizer of the conference. More information can be found here: http://faa-tagungen-dresden.de/10-biogastagung-dresden/


10.09.2015, Malmö, Sweden

IBBA Workshop 2015: Pretreatment of lignocellulosic substrates for biogas production

September 10th, 2015 in Malmö Sweden

www.ibbaworkshop.se

Supported by IEA Bioenergy Task 37.

Every year IBBA organize a workshop within a specific topic in the biogas field. The purpose of the workshop is to create a network between researchers within the same field in the baltic region. The workshop topic in 2015 was pretreatment of lignocellulosic substrates for biogas production. The workshop took place the on the 10th of September in Sweden close to Malmö, and less than an hour's journey from Copenhagen international airport. Swedish Gas Technology Centre (SGC) organized the event in cooperation with Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum (DBFZ) and Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy (Germany).

Straw and other lignocellulosic substrates constitutes a large part of the European biogas potential. These substrates are difficult to digest without a suitable pretreatment method that increases the methane yield and decreases the required retention time in the digester. At the IBBA workshop 2015, the latest developments in this field were presented by speakers from various European countries such as Germany, Sweden, Denmark and Austria.


18.06.2015 - 19.06.2015, Rostock

Bioenergy Forum Rostock

In 2015 the Bioenergy Forum Rostock took place on the 18th and 19th of June. We were once again co-organiser.


07.05.2015 - 08.05.2015, Barcelona

REGATEC 2015 - THE international renewable gas technology conference

The major conference in the biogas, gasification and Power-to-gas sector!

REGATEC 2015 focused on:

• Anaerobic digestion/gas cleaning/upgrading
• Gasification of biomass and waste/syngas cleaning/methanation
• Power-to-gas
• Biomass gasification for CHP production

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy is co-organiser with RENEWTEC AB.

www.regatec.org


27.01.2015 - 29.01.2015, Bremen, Germany

Worlds largest BIOGAS event: BIOGAS conference and trade fair 2015

We were present at the annual biogas conference and fair, the world wide largest biogas event.

www.biogastagung.org


30.09.2014 - 02.10.2014, Eegmont an Zee, NL

2nd Biogas Conference of the European Biogas Association

The conference provided deep insight into the political framework and technical solutions in the European Biogas sector. Prof. Frank Scholwin is a member of the scientific board and the Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy was sponsor.


04.09.2014, Kiel, Germany

Workshop Methane Emissions from Biogas Plants

The 2014 IBBA-Workshop focussed on methane emissions from biogas plants. It took place on the 4th of September 2014 close to Kiel, Germany.


27.08.2014 - 29.08.2014, Reykjavik, Iceland

Nordic Biogas Conference 2014

An exciting event at an exciting place! Landfill gas upgrading to biomethane parallel to glaciers and leading biogas experience on an industrieal scale!

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy supports the event and presented the German experience.


19.06.2014 - 20.06.2014, Rostock

8th Rostock Bioenergy Forum, Rostock University

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Mangement & Energy was again co-organiser of  the 8. Rostock Bioenergy Forum under the headline „the future of bioenergy in the energy system transition“. The event took place 19.-20.6.2014 at Rostock University. We had more than 200 participants.

http://www.auf-aw.uni-rostock.de/veranstaltungen/8-rostocker-bioenergieforum/


11.11.2013, Dresden

9th Biogas Conference Dresden on November 11th and 12th, 2013

The Institute for Biogas, Waste Management & Energy was co-organiser.

The traditional conference focussed on the role of biogas in waste management and its contribution to the energy system transition in Germany. Unfortunately it was held in German,  More information: http://faa-tagungen-dresden.de/9-biogastagung-dresden/ or http://energy-saxony.net/aktuelles/veranstaltungen/biogastagung.html!


05.09.2013, Höör/Malmö

IBBA workshop on digestate treatment - for Science and Industry

The first IBBA workshop focussed on science and actual market informaition on digestates use and treatment technologies. The program was filled with interesting high level presentations. Additionally a speed dating and an cultural program in the evening guaranteed possibilities to come together for all participants!


20.06.2013 - 21.06.2013, Rostock

Rostocker Bioenergy Forum - THE bioenergy meeting in North Germany

The annual Rostocker Bioenergy Forum is a leading bioenergy conference in Germany where you can meet experts from science and industry in the sections biogas, biofuels and solid biomass as well as holistic biomass/bioenergy approaches. Prof. Frank Scholwin is member of the scientific board of this conference.


23.04.2013 - 25.04.2013, Berlin

The fair Biogas World combined with the International Anaerobic Digestion Symposium

The fair Biogas World took place in Berlin 23-25/4/2013 combined with the International Anaerobic Digestion Symposium

Information is available here.

IBBK created a very interesting programme for the International Anaerobic Digestion Symposium and we had the opportunity to present for IBBA a comparison on digestate treatment research and practice in Sweden and Germany.


29.01.2013, Leipzig

The Annual Biogas Conference and Trade Fair took place in Leipzig from 29 - 31 January 2013

More information at:

http://www.biogastagung.org/


09.01.2013, Mannheim

Prof. Frank Scholwin contributed to the lecture series "Energy transition?! Shaping the future with renewable energy sourcesn" at the Technoseum in Mannheim

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07.01.2013, Ilmenau

Frank Scholwin contributed to the lectures series "Actual questions of the electrical energy system" at the Technical University Ilmenau.

In his lecture Prof. Frank Scholwin discussed the role of bioenergy in a future energy system and focussed on questions of renewable base load supply, demand oriented energy supply as well as energy system services from bioenergy based on the example of biogas plants. More information is available here.  


08.11.2012, Stuttgart

Professor Frank Scholwin was a speaker at the Baden-Württemberg Biogas Conference in Stuttgart.

Under the headline "Biogas from waste – a key pillar of Waste management and the energy transition", the 2012 Baden-Württemberg Biogas Conference was held on the 8th of November 2012 at the Liederhalle cultural and conference centre in Stuttgart.
Professor Frank Scholwin presented a paper giving an overview of "The state of the art in bio-waste digestion technologies" compiled in conjunction with Dr. Jan Liebetrau and other colleagues from the German Biomass Research Centre and the University of Rostock.


12.10.2012, Güstrow Rostock

Prof. Frank Scholwin conducted a workshop of biogas researchers in Güstrow and Rostock in conjunction with the Swedish Gas Center

In order to promote more active interchange among research establishments in Sweden and Germany, Professor Frank Scholwin and the Swedish Gas Center organised a gathering in Güstrow and Rostock attended by Swedish colleagues from JTI, SP, the University of Linköping and Scandinavian Biogas together with researchers and engineers from the University of Rostock, the Technical University of Cottbus, Nawaro AG, the German Biomass Research Centre Leipzig, the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig and the Leibnitz Institute of Agricultural Engineering in Potsdam-Bornim.