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Polish Biomethane Organization welcomes new member

Łukasiewicz – New Chemical Syntheses Institute (INS) is the latest member to join the Polish Biomethane Organization. Seated in Puławy, Łukasiewicz – INS runs research and development work in the field of chemical and biological sciences. It is the first research institute affiliated with PBO, which represents industry experts and

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The Polish Biomethane Organization’s position on the draft act on the amendment to the Renewable Energy Sources Act and certain other acts

Poland has the potential to produce as many as 8 billion cubic meters of biomethane per year, provided that new support mechanisms and measures for biomethane production are introduced. The PBO praises the Ministry of Climate and Environment for including new support mechanism for biomethane production and use in the

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The Polish Biomethane Organization’s position on the draft act on facilitating the preparation and implementation of investments in the field of agricultural biogas plants

As a country highly developed in agriculture, Poland is rich in waste and by-products that can be used to produce biomethane, which can be used as a natural gas substitute According to the PBO, combining agricultural activity with biomethane production would help increase waste management efficiency and farm profitability, reduce

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While the EU is looking to replace natural gas by ramping up production of biomethane – to date, not a single biomethane plant has been built in Poland.

At the beginning of February this year, the European Parliament backed two legislative proposals - a regulation and a directive, to facilitate the uptake of renewable and low-carbon gases, such as biomethane and hydrogen, into the EU gas market. In the amendments to the gas and hydrogen regulation, in line

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“The energy transition in Poland will not be effective without biomethane”

Poland has enough feedstocks available for the production of its own sustainable and renewable fuel. The deployment of the biomethane industry gives the opportunity to strengthen Poland’s energy security, shift away from coal and boost growth in rural areas. According to the Polish Biomethane Organization (PBO), 2023 could become a

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Polish Biomethane Organization

ul.Piękna 18, 00-549 Warszawa

Poznan branch:
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Representation in Brussels:
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Management Board

Sabine Dujacquier, Krzysztof Kowalski, Leszek Mańk, Marcin Orłowski, Michał Tarka

General Director

Michał Tarka

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