Classification substrates for compressed biomethane
Development of the biomethane price in Germany
The biomethane market in Germany has been on the rise for two years. The market is characterized by rising prices for injected biogas. The main driving force in this course is the introduction of the Renewable Energy Directive II (REDII) and an increased interest in bio-LNG and partly bio-CNG. This is resulting in rising prices for biomethane primarily from farm manure and advanced residues. In the coming years, these will be double-countable in the greenhouse gas quota (GHG quota) system and, in addition, will be one step ahead of renewable raw materials (NawaRos) on the revenue side due to their better GHG value. This makes the production of biogas more interesting and offers new opportunities for biogas plant operators apart from the EEG. The following data is derived from interviews with participants in the biomethane market and represents only a sample of the overall market. Participants in the biomethane market include, for example, operators of biogas feed-in plants or bio-LNG liquefaction plants. The agriportance cannot guarantee the accuracy of the biomethane prices.
Do you want to know how to evaluate substrates for compressed biomethane in the fuel sector? Are their substrates considered waste materials and are the substrates advanced?
We want to help you with this.
On the one hand, you can use our tool to find out how to classify your substrates. On the other hand, you will find a decision tree to help you assess whether substrates are classified as waste materials or as co-products.
If you do not find your substrates here yet, please feel free to contact us. Likewise, we can add for you substrates that are not yet listed here, but where you already have information on. Then please feel free to contact us.