The III Renewable Gas Trade Fair will take place on October 3 and 4, 2023 at Feria de Valladolid
Professionals related to the production of biogas, biomethane and other renewable gases will meet again in October 2023, in the most important event on the Iberian Peninsula thanks to AEBIG and AVEBIOM
In 2023, the III Renewable Gas Trade Fair will be held again after the magnificent reception that the second edition of the event had by professionals in the sector last October. The Spanish Biogas Association (AEBIG), as a technical partner, and the Spanish Biomass Association (AVEBIOM), as the organizing entity, launch this new edition with the aim of continuing to accompany the sector in its definitive drive to become a fundamental engine of the decarbonization and competitiveness of our economy.
In 2022, a total of 2,300 professionals from 20 countries have attended the fair and conference and have shown their satisfaction with the excellent technical and commercial quality of the exhibitors and speakers and the project incubation environment that enveloped the two days of meeting.
In the third edition, which is held on October 3 and 4, 2023 at Feria de Valladolid, exhibitors will show the latest technological innovations that will allow them to take advantage of the business opportunities that are opening up in the coming years on the peninsula.
Renewable gases, an increasingly desirable energy alternative
The current situation of the fossil gas market, with constantly rising prices, uncertainty regarding the stability of the supply and skyrocketing emission rights, is giving energy to the energy transition.
Aid policies in the EU, aimed at reducing emissions and introducing renewable energies, place biomass and renewable gas as the most desirable energy alternatives in the industrial and commercial sphere.
There are mature technologies capable of obtaining multiple products, reducing emissions and producing renewable gas from the efficient management of waste and by-products, as was confirmed at the II Renewable Gas Trade Fair.
In fact, Spain could become the third country in Europe in renewable gas generation in 2050 if clear support is materialized by the administrations for this energy vector.
Companies and experts in the sector are already developing dozens of new projects in Spain. The Biogas Roadmap, the System of Guarantees of Origin and the European funds channeled through the IDAE are helping to speed up the construction of a sector in the midst of a whirlwind of ideas and projects.
Francisco Repullo, president of AEBIG, is clear: "the demand for gas is very high in Spain and throughout Europe, so the renewable gas sector should only worry about producing with guarantees and quality."
According to Javier Díaz, president of AVEBIOM, "it is time to definitively support this technological change that meets the postulates of Europe's climate, environmental and energy policy like no other".