Brussels, May 2018 – European Biomass Industry Association (EUBIA), European Biogas Association (EBA) and Biorefine Cluster Europe invite you to join the EU Green Week side event “Greening the gas grid for sustainable cities & communities“. The workshop will take place on May 24th at the Scotland House, Rond-point Schuman 6, in Brussels.
Places are limited due to the venue capabilities, do not miss your chance!
Berlin, February 2018 – The ERGaR General Assembly welcomed BMP Greengas (DE) and ACT Commodities B.V. (NL) as associated members, during the board meeting on the 21st of February 2018, held in Berlin.
Brussels, March 2018 – ERGaR featured in the latest Bioenergy Insight (March/April 2018 p 36,37): ERGaR President Jeppe Bjerg’s interview with Bioenergy Insight about the aims of the scheme and the complexities of trading biomethane across borders is published in the March/April edition of the Bioenergy Insight magazine.
Brussels, 15 December 2017 – The European Renewable Gas Registry members proudly announced today that the application of the ERGaR RED scheme has been submitted to the European Commission to be recognized as a voluntary scheme under the Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC.
BRUSSELS, 08 September 2017 – A joint workshop tackles technical and regulatory aspects with the objective of large scale deployment of Power-to-Methane technology. The European Biogas Association (EBA) in joint cooperation with Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) and the European Renewable Gas Registry (ERGaR) hosted in Brussels their first workshop dedicated to Power-to-Methane technology on 06 September 2017. The event showcased the latest technological developments around Europe and formalised the launch of a common vision of the three organisers, with the commitment to move forward towards a renewable and integrated European gas grid.
BRUSSELS, 12 April 2017 – the European Renewable Gas Registry (ERGaR) in joint cooperation with Gas infrastructure Europe (GIE) and the European Federation of Local Energy Companies (CEDEC) hosted in Brussels a workshop dedicated to biomethane in the natural gas network on 5 April 2017. The event was the first opportunity to introduce ERGaR to stakeholders operating in the field, as well as to present the results of initial months of joint effort while anticipating the next steps of the association.
Press release – Nine members from eight different European countries met on the 28th September in Ghent, Belgium, to attend the establishment meeting of ERGaR, an association that seeks to establish and independent, transparent and trustworthy documentation scheme for mass balancing of biomethane distributed along the European natural gas network.