Rising demand expected in Italy as biogas subsidies increase

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In Italy, the third phase of the competitive tender to secure subsidies for the construction of new biogas and biomethane plants, as well as conversion to biomethane-upgrading plants will expire tomorrow (20 February).
The Biomethane Ordinance entered into force last year, and this Incentivo Bando 3 phase is offering an increase of 13.16% of eligible costs and tariffs.
Gianluca Visconti, service manager at the EnviTec Biogas office in Verona, said: “There wasn’t much interest during phase one or two, so the market now expects to see an increasing number of applications.”
Internationally, Italy is the third largest biogas producer after Germany and China.
“For us as the parent company, the Italian market is an important team player towards the major, common European goal of climate neutrality by 2050,” said Olaf von Lehmden, CEO of EnviTec Biogas AG, which operates from Lohne and Saerbeck, Germany.
EnviTec Biogas also has decades of expertise in the Italian market, offering an integrated package of services relating to biogas and biomethane production.

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