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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 GreenGasGrids project helped to create a strong international network in which knowledge was actively exchanged and consideration was given to the development of knowledge.
After 3 years the project have come to an end. GreenGasGrids project has created a bright variety of outputs for each country participating.

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

What's NEW?

Proceedings of the IEE-II Bioenergy conference Brussels on 22 May 2014 is available online. - Download

The national Roadmaps of the partner countries can be found on the Market Platform

Standardization of biomethane was one of the important drivers for the formulation of the Green Gas Grids project. The report is now available in the Download section

European Biomethane Roadmap on unique possibilities offered by
biomethane and key conditions for dynamic growth of this industry.
Available now - Downloads

New papers on sustainability criteria, EU Green Gas Certification Schemes and National Targets are available now - Downloads

Cooperation of biogas registries started - read more

Results of national Biomethane Info Days in partner countries - read more

For comprehensive insights of European biomethane markets check our market platform.