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The GreenGasGrids project supported the upgrading of biogas to biomethane for injection into the natural gas grid. Biomethane can be used in the same efficient and versatile manner as natural gas: for transportation, heat and electricity.

So far its full potential cannot be unfolded - above all due to a lack of cooperation between the involved stakeholders as well as cross-border trade barriers.

Find out more about how GreenGasGrids aimed to tackle these issues by browsing through our website.


The final report over all achieved goals can be found in the Download section.

What's NEW?

On 12 October, dena will hold the first European Biomethane Conference in Berlin. Come and
- discover innovative technologies and processes.
- find out about promising markets.
- join the discussion on the opportunities and limits of the mass balance approach.
- and learn more about the European biomethane trade.
Further information and registration.