Copenhagen Biogas Policy Summit 2022

Copenhagen Biogas Policy Summit 2022

 

When: 2022-10-03

Where: Copenhagen, Denmark

Event language: Other



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    This summit will highlight how biogas has great potential when it comes to exploiting the potential of managing organic waste in a sustainable way, reducing climate impact and CO2 emissions.

    The summit will include presentations from Danish government officials highlighting how policy can drive sustainable biogas production – and how lessons learned from Denmark can help advance the biogas sector globally.

    Additionally, presenters from the industry and academia will dive into biogas’ role in other sectors and power-to-x.

    Lastly, we will welcome speakers from the United States, Canada, the Netherlands and other European countries to share their insights on the future of biogas globally. By sharing insights across borders, our aim is to increase cooperation, and biogas production globally.

    Program

    Moderator: Claus Mortensen, Director - Biogas Go Global

    08:45-09.15: Registration, Coffee & Croissants.

    09.15-09.30: Welcome to the Danish Energy Agency. Martin Hansen, Deputy Director General – Danish Energy Agency

    09.30-10.00: The Danish biogas boom – and the sometimes neglected importance of non-energy related benefit of biogas. Bruno Sander Nielsen, COO in Biogas Denmark

    10.00-10.30: How policy can drive sustainable biogas production: Lessons learned from Denmark. Lise Skovgaard, Special Advisor, The Danish Energy Agency

    10.30-11.00: Networking session: Meet your peers.

    11.00-11.30: Sustainability in biomass supply and biogas production: Climate environmental effect of five biogas production scenarios. TBC

    11.30-12.00: Setting the scene: How biogas can deliver 50% of the Global Methane Pledge targets. Charlotte Morton OBE, Chief Executive Officer in World Biogas Association

    12.00-12.45: Networking lunch.

    12.45-01.45: How can policy drive expansion of sustainable biomethane production; Challengers & opportunities in the United States, Canada and the Netherlands.
    • Dinand Drankier, Program Manager, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate in the Netherlands
    • Cory Ann Wind, Oregon Clean Fuels Program Manager/Nicole Singh, Senior Climate Change Policy Advisor, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
    • Eamonn McGuinty, Advisor to the Minister of Environment and Climate, Governement of Canada

    01.45-02.00: Coffee break.

    02.00-03.30: Biogas synergies across sectors: Panel discussion on power-to-x.
    • Niels Franck, Senior Engineer in Energinet - the Danish TSO
    • Thorkil Dahlgreen, CEO in BiogasClean
    • Christian Dannesboe, Principal Scientist in Topsoe

    03.30-04.30: Finale remarks, refreshments and networking with biogas stakeholders from several different countries.

    For questions, please reach out to Claus Mortensen, Director of Biogas Go Global. cm@foodbiocluster.dk / +45 4030 4820

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