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International Conference Progress in Biogas VI

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September 2 - 4, 2024


Stuttgart, Germany


With “Science meets Practice” as our motto, we once again invite you as researchers and practitioners to present your breakthrough results, best practice examples and experiences from the field.

And with the European biogas market alone anticipated to exceed USD 6 Billion by 2025, the future for smart, innovative and sustainable biogas production looks extremely promising.

To bring together scientists and practitioners, “Progress in Biogas VI” will yet again serve as the best platform to explore the future of biogas.

IBBK’s conference “Progress in Biogas” aims to bridge the gap between technology and end user.

Together with the University of Hohenheim, one of the world’s leading biogas research facilities, we’ll offer the international scientific community as well as practitioners a platofrm to present the status quo and new and modern technologies.

1,000+ participants!
During the last five events organised in these 16 years, more than 1,000 participants from all continents attended the “Progress in Biogas” conference series. This time the organizers are happy to welcome you again in person to the University of Hoheheim’s Instalations.

Call for Papers

For this event, we’re looking forward to your latest breakthrough results to explore new ideas, debate on new concepts and proudly showcase your best practice examples.

As a new professional in the biogas and bioenergy sector, you get the chance to introduce yourself and get in touch with the senior experts.

And long year experts can benefit from sharing their wealth of experience to a fresh, international audience.

We are looking forward to your submissions on the following conference subjects:

  • Small biogas plants (household plants + liquid manure plants)
  • Slurry- solid manure
  • Biowaste, fecal sludge and residues
  • Utilization of biogas (heating, cooking, biomethane, etc.)
  • Power to gas
  • Biogas as fuel
  • Substrate processing
  • Flexible biogas production
  • Climate protection contribution through biogas plant
  • Bioeconomy (fermentation products management, nutrient recycling, fiber production, biorefinery)
  • Biohydrogen (Bio-CCU and CCS)

Additionally, we are planing to publish in a special issue of the prestigious “Bioresource Technology” (BITE) magazine. This will be confirmed soon.


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