Date: 30 July 2020
WI DAILY NEWS
Poland will build innovative agricultural biogas plants
Twenty farm-scale biogas plants based on innovative Polish technology, which will allow agricultural substrate management and their conversion into electricity and biomethane will be built under a letter of intent signed at the agriculture ministry on Wednesday.
The implementation of new investments will improve the economic efficiency of companies belonging to National Support Centre for Agriculture (KOWR), Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski said at the signing ceremony. It will also serve to increase the competitiveness of Poland’s agriculture and contribute to the achievement of climate goals.
It is estimated that the potential of substrates from Polish agriculture will allow for the production of around 7 bn cubic metres of biogas, one-third of the domestic demand.