The European Biogas Association, in collaboration with biogas experts, is launching today a white paper on the sustainability, affordability and accessibility of biohydrogen to support its production and use in Europe.
Biohydrogen, a type of green hydrogen derived or produced from biogases and biomass, can support the decarbonisation of Europe’s hydrogen production. In contrast to the other forms of hydrogen, biohydrogen can be zero or even carbon negative if it is obtained from feedstocks such as wastes and manure.
In addition, depending on the biohydrogen technology, biohydrogen production can generate co-products such as pure biogenic carbon dioxide, digestate or biochar. This process further supports the decarbonisation of industries, contributing to the circular economy and helping to permanently store carbon in the soil.
Discover the new EBA paper on biohydrogen
What’s biohydrogen? Discover the new EBA paper on biohydrogen
How sustainable is biohydrogen?
What are the synergies between biogases and hydrogen?
What’s the role of biohydrogen in decarbonising the economy?
How to facilitate biohydrogen production in Europe?
|If you have any questions regarding the paper, please feel free to contact:|
Mieke Decorte, EBA Technical and Project Manager
Fanny Lamon, EBA Communications Officer