Biogases: The Pragmatic Pathway to Climate-Neutrality

A must-attend event for producers, users, investors and legislators involved in the deployment of biogases across Europe.

  • + 600 participants
  • + 50 speakers
  • Expo area
  • Knowledge gathering
  • Networking opportunities
  • Side events
  • About the European Biomethane Week


About the European Biomethane Week

The second edition of the European Biomethane Week will host a variety of activities in Brussels and other European countries. The flagship event of the week will be organised in Brussels on 22-24 October and includes:

  • Biogas Training Academy
  • A 2-day high-level European Biogas Conference, featuring keynote speeches, 4 plenaries, and 4 breakout sessions
  • A networking dinner
  • The EBA Awards
  • The EBA Inspiration Challenge
  • An exhibition area with lunches, coffee breaks, and a cocktail
  • A photo exhibition and unparalleled networking opportunities


Why should you be there?

This year is pivotal for affirming the leadership of the biogases sector as the pragmatic pathway to climate neutrality. Investing in biogas technologies means advancing energy and food security, reducing dependency on external suppliers, combatting climate change, and supporting the implementation of a circular economy.

This event aims to break down barriers, enhance market access, and chart clear trajectories towards the ambitious targets set by the sector with collaborative efforts from industry, policymakers, researchers, and civil society.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to engage with a whole range of stakeholders involved in the biogases value chain, gain inspirational insights on the scale-up of the sector and fresh expertise on the production of biogases and their multiple applications. Join us at the European Biomethane Week and be part of the solution to build a European bioeconomy.


Who else will join?

  • High-level stakeholders from the renewable gas industry.
  • Representatives from key areas for the development of the biogas industry, including the transport and agrobusiness sectors, as well as financers and end-users.
  • Researchers and academia working on innovative renewable gas technologies to develop our industry.
  • Influential policy-makers for the biogas sector in Europe.
  • Media experts.


Stay informed!

More details about registrations, preliminary programme and call for applications will be disclosed end of March on the European Biomethane Week website. Stay tuned!


Sponsorships and exhibition opportunities

For more information about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact Natalia Walczak at

Visit the European Biomethane Week website

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