Register now for the biogas opportunities Argentina webinar
The Low Carbon Business Action (LCBA) is an EU-funded platform that aims to support B2B relations between EU providers of low carbon technologies and companies based in Argentina, Brazil, Chile or Colombia.
Alongside the Digital Global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo), the LCBA is organising a webinar to facilitate EU funded cooperation between biogas technology exporting and importing countries. The webinar will take place on 14 September at 15:00 CET.
The event will gather experts from the Argentinian and European markets to analyse opportunities in the sector.
In particular, the webinar will focus on digestate which is an important product of anaerobic digestion which has both ecological and economic benefits. Digestate is a nutrient-rich substance produced by anaerobic digestion that can be used as a fertiliser.
The DIBICoo´s team will present European technology solutions available in the market.
This webinar aims to:
Find biogas developers
Find farmers with the capacity to develop projects in the agricultural and agro-industrial sectors
Find companies in the agri-food sector that produce organic waste
The webinar is targeted towards EU technology developers that are seeking to expand to the Argentinian market.
The agenda is as follows:
Presentation of European policies that contribute to the mitigation of GHG (Green Deal) by Jorg Weberndorfer, Minister Counsellor at EU delegation to Argentina
Digestate application regulation framework and results of digestate present stage in Argentina by Patricia Bres, a researcher at INTA Institute of Agricultural Microbiology and Zoology
Success case of technology implanted in Argentina. Mercedes Vázquez, Bioelectrica Company
State of European technology in digestate transformation and ground application. Frank Hofmann, Consultant at German Biogas Association
Support tools to promote the development of Biogas in Argentina (DiBiCoo and LCBA) Simón González, Liaison Officer at LCBA in Argentina & Jorge Hilbert, expert at DiBiCoo