For the fifth edition of our conference series “Progress in Biogas”, we’re back at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart.
And with “Science meets Practice” as our motto, we once again invite you as researchers and practitioners to present your breakthrough results, best practice examples and experiences from the field.
In the last couple of years, biogas investments have developed massively, especially outside of Germany.
And while biogas plant operators in Germany are currently faced with tough decisions on how to continue their operation, with the end of the subsidized periods looming on the horizon…
Many other countries are starting to make their moves in the biogas world.
According to a market study from early 2019, the European biogas industry in 2018 had an estimated worth of over of USD 2 billion, with lots more growth potential due to favorable support schemes and heat incentives.
Even better: the European biogas market alone is anticipated to exceed USD 6 Billion by 2025.
That means the future for smart, innovative and sustainable biogas production looks extremely promising.
To bring together scientists and practitioners, “Progress in Biogas V” will yet again serve as the best platform to explore the future of biogas.
Together with the University of Hohenheim, one of the world’s leading facilities for biogas research, we invite you to join us to this international knowledge exchange.
If you are a researcher or practitioner pushing ideas on one of the conference subjects forward, we invite you to join the conference as a speaker, poster presenter, attendant or exhibitor.
IBBK’s 3-day conference “Progress in Biogas” will bridge the gap between the technology and the end user. We address the international scientific community as well as practitioners to present you the status quo and new and modern technologies.
The COMPANY EXHIBITION during the two days of the conference will put you in direct contact with the technology.
During the WORKSHOPS, the attendees will get the chance to see the presented technologies first-hand, in practice.
In the last 12 years, more than 1,000 participants from all continents joined this conference series “Progress in Biogas” – and once again we’re expecting around 250 biogas professionals, researchers, practitioners and enthusiasts for the fifth installment.