Press releases

  • February

  • Sequential cropping could unlock huge sustainable biogas potential

    01/02/2017

    Italian farmers produce low cost biomethane with positive environmental impacts

    1 February, 2017 – Utrecht, Netherlands/Lodi, Italy – Sequential cropping can be a promising model to produce additional biomass without negative impacts on land use change or food production. In a research study for the Italian Biogas Consortium (CIB), Ecofys found that agricultural crop yields can increase dramatically in a sustainable manner if sequential cropping is introduced.

    In Europe, agricultural land is u...



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