National Contact Points for questions on biogas productin from Food and Beverage Industry waste

The FABbiogas national contact points offer free Advisory Services for companies interested in biogas production from Food and Beverage Industry waste. Please contact following persons if you are interested in:

- basic  potential assessment (biogas yields from arising waste streams)

- basic economic feasibility (profit from biogas production, estimations on investment costs)

Country

Name of Organisation

Biogas Expert

FRANCE

ANIA

Association Nationale des

Industries Alimentaires

GORGA Françoise

21, rue Leblanc

75015 PARIS

Tél. : +33 1 53 83 86 17

Mail: fgorga(at)ania.net

GERMANY

Cluster Ernährung

Kompetenzzentrum für

Ernährung

HELM Sabine

Hofer Str. 20, 95326 Kulmbach

Tel.: 08161 86262-39

Mail: Sabine.Helm(at)kern.bayern.de

ITALY

FEDERALIMENTARE

Federazione Italiana dell’

Industria alimentare

Associazione

Maurizio Notarfonso

Viale Pasteur 10

00144 - Rome

Tel.: +390 65 90 33 47

Mail: SPESadm(at)federalimentare.it

CZECH REPUBLIC

PKCR-FFDI

Potravinarska Komora

Ceske Republiky

VACEK Tomáš

Pocernicka 96

108 03 - Praha

Tel.: +420 296 411 181

Mail: vacek(at)foodnet.cz

AUSTRIA

ECOPLUS

Niederösterreichs

Wirtschaftsagentur

GmbH

ZEDERBAUER Martina

Niederösterreichring 2, Haus A

3100 St. Pölten

Tel.: +43 2742 9000-19676

Mail: m.zederbauer(at)ecoplus.at

POLAND

Technical University of Lodz

Department of Bioprocess Engineering

KRZYSTEK Liliana

Ulica Zeromskiego 116

90 924 Lodz

Tel.: (48 42) 631 37 37

Mail: krzystek(at)p.lodz.pl

 

IEE project GREENFOODS: virtual energy competence centres – VECC

The VECC of the GREENFOODS project offers free advisory services generally on the topic of energy efficiency in the European food and beverage industry. If you’re interested in the virtual energy competence centers please write an email to your national contact point:

National contact points

The offered Advisory Service provided basic calculations on potential assessment (biogas yield from arising waste streams), economic feasibility (profit from biogas production, estimations on investment and running costs) and technological feasibility (installed el. capacity, plant size). Topics discussed at such advisory services were:

·      Free capacities of nearby waste treatment plants (and actualisation of maps)

·      Possible substrate providers (and actualisation of maps)

·      Financial information and funding

·      Financing of modernisation and expansion of existing biogas plants

·      Discussion of possible usage of food wastes

·      Discussion of logistical problems such as storage of substrates, usage of digestate

·      Discussion of branch-specific problems (anaerobic digestion of substrates, storage of substrates, usage of industrial waste water)

·      Biogas potential of branch-specific substrates and discussion about co-substrates

·      Lack of specialists

·      Invitations to FABbiogas awareness-raising events

 

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