Quantifying Methane Emissions

The final workshop of the ERA-NET project "MetHarmo - European harmonisation of methods to quantify methane emissions from biogas plants"At this workshop the MetHarmo project will present some of its results regarding harmonization of methods to quantify methane emissions from biogas plants. We will hear about existing national schemes to regulate these emissions and what the future might bring with new EU regulations.

Target group

biogas plant owners and operators, plant personell, policy makers, researchers

Content

Final program 

       

   

Time

Title

Speaker

9.30

Morning coffee and registration

 

10.20

Introduction

Magnus Andreas Holmgren, RISE (SE)

10.30

The MetHarmo project – European harmonization of methods to quantify methane emissions from biogas plants (introduction)

Tina Clauß, DBFZ (DE)

10.50

Methane emissions from biogas plants (overview)

Torsten Reinelt, DBFZ (DE)

11.10

Methodologies overview for methane quantification:
- On-site measurement methods
- Laser based remote sensing and inverse dispersion modelling
- Tracer gas based remote sensing
- LIDAR based measurements



Magnus Andreas Holmgren, RISE (SE)
Marlies Hrad, BOKU (AT)
Martin Piringer, ZAMG (AT)
Charlotte Scheutz, DTU (DK)
Fabrizio Innocenti, NPL (UK)

12.30

LUNCH

 

13.30

Existing national regulations and schemes on methane emissions

Manuel Maciejczyk, Fachverband Biogas (DE)
Caroline Steinwig, Avfall Sverige (SE)
Bruno Sander Nielsen, Danish Biogas Association (DK)

14.30

Coffee break

 

15.00

Comparison of meteorological measurements and inverse dispersion modeling results

Martin Piringer, ZAMG (AT)

15.20

The results of the MetHarmo measurement campaigns and presentation of the harmonized guideline for measurement

Tina Clauß, DBFZ (DE)

16.00

EU regulations: BAT and RED II + snapshots from the “Industrial Methane Measurement conference”

Magnus Andreas Holmgren, RISE (SE)

16.30

End

 

Course occations

Please contact the course administration for a expression of interest.

Course fee

80 EUR (VAT not included)
including morning coffee, lunch and afternoon coffee + print-outs and PDFs

Contact Persons

Magnus Andreas Holmgren

Phone: +46 10 516 56 18

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Phone 010-516 50 00, E-mail info@ri.se

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