The Company Advisory Council (CAC) is an industry platform dedicated to the European industry dealing with biogas and biomethane production, anaerobic digestion and gasification.
Why join the CAC?
The CAC provides an opportunity to companies to reflect their own views to European policy makers and to strengthen the EBA’s voice in a concerted way by:
- Exchanging information on market development and new business opportunities.
- Assessing local/national/European policy instruments from an industrial perspective.
- Staying informed on R&I developments which have a positive impact on biogas and biomethane industries.
- Supporting the development of quality standards as a basis for the trade and use of biogas and biomethane across borders.
- Contributing to improve existing data and statistics on biogas and biomethane.
Any legal or natural person active in biogas or biomethane can become a member of EBA and thus be involved in the CAC.
EBA working groups
At the initiative of the CAC, the EBA has set up different working groups to discuss a variety of issues which have an impact on the development of the biogas and biomethane sectors. The EBA has at present the following working groups:
- Future of gas develops EBA’s position and reports on the topics such as future market design of the European gas market, de-fossilisation of the gas supply and sector coupling.
- Digestate and fertilisers focuses on the latest technological advances of digestate and fertiliser products as well as their legal aspects.
- CO2 pricing and certification
- Biomethane in transport
- Biogas public image
Online and presential meetings are organised on a regular basis, both for the CAC and the specific working groups. To learn more and register for the next meeting, interested EBA members can check the members section or contact the association at email@example.com
Michael Niederbacher (TerraX) – CAC Chairman
Angela Sainz Arnau – EBA Secretariat coordinator