The European Biogasmax project creates a network of biogas-related demonstrations on the European territory with the aim of sharing experiences in terms of best practices in managing urban transportation. The involved territories are: Lille (FR), Rome, (IT), Stockholm (SE), Goteborg (SE), Berne (CH), Torun and Zielona Gora (PL), Lombardy (IT).
The objective of the BIOGASMAX project is to address urban challenges related to air and water pollution, as well as waste management. To this end, it uses a virtuous cycle in which biogas is produced from various types of urban waste that must be managed. During the process, BIOGASMAX focuses on monitoring the economic and environmental impact in order to produce fuel for transport that does not harm the environment.
The research and development projects carried out in the context of BIOGASMAX are closely tied to the following four main fields of technological activities:
Production of biogas from various types of waste;
Upgrading of biogas to a high-quality fuel;
Distribution for transport and injection into natural gas grids;
Use in vehicles to increase the number of biomethane-fueled vehicles.
The project’s main goals are:
Demonstrating large scale digestion and biogas upgrading units, producing biogas from waste material available from the urban and close by rural areas;
Demonstrating the expansion of gas-driven fleets in public and private transport, for example buses, waste collection trucks, and service cars;
Proving the technical reliability, cost-effectiveness, environmental and social benefits of biogas fuels;
Widely spreading knowledge of results gained in the demonstration projetcs among other European cities and stakeholders by information and training materials, lectures and conferences, with particular emphasis on new Member States
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