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DBFZ hosts two-day China/Eastern Europe symposium as part of BiogasWorld (DE)


While the political framework conditions for the biogas sector in Germany remain problematic in 2014, Eastern Europe is aiming to make big progress in the utilisation of biomass energy. That means that a real boom in new biogas plants can be expected in the Eastern European countries too, in addition to the People’s Republic of China. This is the background to ‘Biogas goes (Far) East’, the title of the two-day event with a focus on China and Eastern Europe, to which DBFZ (the German biomass research centre) is inviting people on 1 and 2 April as part of BiogasWorld 2014.

Source: Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

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