What encourages farmers to participate in collective biogas investment?

Posted by aclimaadmin | noviembre 26, 2018 | Noticias del Sector

Biogas production from waste and manure has the potential to make a contribution to environmental, energy and climate policy objectives.

However, farmer engagement has remained persistently low. A new study, involving 461 Danish farmers, has investigated their willingness to participate in collective biogas investment (where two or more farmers collectively own a biogas plant). The study suggests that the majority of farmers are willing to participate in partnership-based biogas investment (PBI) and identifies the main factors driving willingness to participate and the intensity of participation. These findings are relevant to policymaking aimed at increasing biogas production and stakeholder engagement…read more.

Fuente: www.ec.europa.eu


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