Warsaw, Poland, March 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Poland has vast potential for biogas production, with new EU regulations outlining an increase of renewable energy output, the renewables sector in Poland is subject to change. With support for biomass, old hydropower plants and on-shore wind farms being cut, investment is being diverted to more promising areas of renewable production, including biogas plants.
Seen as the "land of the future" in terms of biogas production, a new draft bill called for Poland to increase the share of renewables in its energy mix to 15.5 percent by 2020, with the country's government and investors giving the green light to accelerate development in this area.
Providing the ideal platform to discuss what these regulatory changes mean, as well as helping you to identify how the three main types of biogas production will continue to develop in 2012.
With Speakers on board from, CEERES, Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development Poland, the Polish Biogas Association, and Bank BGZ, the event will attract kep players from all areas across the industry.
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