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Since December 2018, the German Biogas Association (FvB) and the Indian Biogas Association (IBA) have been working together in the second phase of a chamber and association partnership project. The overall objective of the project concentrates on improving the institutional framework and the use of biogas in India.

To this end, the IBA shall be strengthened as a sustainably functioning and effectively working member organisation.

Biogas plays a particularly relevant role in India in terms of "waste to energy", as organic waste from households, industry, trade and gastronomy, especially in the heavily populated Indian metropolises, is an extreme problem. The use of these residues in a biogas plant benefits poorer sections of the population, who often have to do with the collection, transport and sorting of waste (as they are given new sales opportunities), as suppliers of biogenic residues, as users of organic fertilisers (as they are cheaper than synthetic fertilisers) and of the energy produced (heat, cold, electricity).

Furthermore, the use of biogas contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gases (due to methane emissions from the storage of organic materials and by substituting fossil fuels), which makes a positive contribution to mitigating climate change.

For further information please contact mattthias.schoeneberger@sequa.de  or at +49 (0) 228 98238-22. 

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