6th European Conference Biogas PowerON 2024

Start/Stop Date:
25–26 Sep 2024
FORTES Media Group
4-5 star hotel near city centre
Focus Areas:
biomethane, biogas upgrading
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Following last year’s great response to our Biogas PowerON 2023 with over 130 participants from 22+ countries we’re announcing next edition, 6th European Conference Biogas PowerON 2024, with great excitement. The conference will take place on 25-26 September 2024 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Our 2024 edition focuses on excellent speakers with highly sought presentations, interesting industry panel discussion, technical insights and many hours of networking.

In 2024, biogas continues to gaining popularity amid the energy crisis and Europe's focus on energy independence and security. The coming years mark a crucial turning point for the robust development and scaling up biogas production. The green transformation aahead promises to enhance economic growth, security, and climate action for Europe and its partners. Initiatives like The Biomethane Industrial Partnership (BIP), launched on 28 September 2022, aim to support the EU's target of achieving 35 bcm annual sustainable biomethane production by 2023, laying the groundwork for a sustained ramp-up of biogas potential towards 2050. Biogas stands out as a cost-efficient solution to reduce imports of natural gas from Russia, requiring an estimated EUR 37 billion investment over the period.


  • Overview of European and national policies and regulations
  • Revitalizing Green Energy: The Impact of the Revised Renewable Energy Directive on Biomethane
  • The status of the BIP in shaping European regulations
  • Reflecting on the 35bcm target: Assessing progress and future directions post- RePowerEU
  • Securing Sustainable Growth: Financing Strategies for Biomethane Innovation
  • From the plan to the full scale production – how to plan and execute succesful biogas project
  • Role of gas infrastructure in decarbonising EU energy sector 
  • The newest technological advancements in Biogas to Biomethane Upgrading
  • BioLNG production: what makes a viable case vs. grid injection
  • Hydrothermal gasification and 2G biomethane production production: status on technologies
  • Challenges and opportunities faced by biogas producers
  • The latest solutions ensuring the safety of biomethane production and transportation

Early confirmed speakers include:

  • Ari Suomilammi, Gasum
  • Reinhard Klimeck, Nature Energy
  • CHristian Eilert, EnviTec Biogas
  • Anthony Lorin, EBA
  • Victor Bernabeu, Eurogas
  • Sebastien Wagemans, Engie