The Biomethane Industrial Partnership will host a session at the 32nd European Biomass Conference & Exhibition 2024

Brussels, 23rd of MayThe Biomethane Industrial Partnership (BIP) will host a session on “EU feedstock potential for sustainable biomethane: opportunities from novel cropping systems and marginal and contaminated lands”, as part of the European Biomass Conference & Exhibition (EUBCE) 2024.

This year the EUBCE will take place on 24-27 June in Marseille. As part of this event, the BIP will host a session on June 26, from 16:30 to 18:00 CEST. The session will focus on presenting two reports prepared by the BIP: one on biomethane potential from the deployment of novel cropping systems across Europe and one on feedstock potential from marginal and contaminated lands. Additionally, the session aims at offering an open debate platform for stakeholders representing the different perspectives on this topic can illustrate their position and exchange on an equal footing with the other speakers.

The EUBCE is the largest biomass conference and exhibition in the world. Each year, EUBCE brings together the greatest minds and latest advancements in biomass, with the aim of accelerating research and market uptake across the globe. During the conference, over 1500 experts from 80 countries from both academia and industry share and discuss ground-breaking ideas, technologies, applications, and solutions for the sourcing, production, and utility of biomass.

The conference’s technical program is coordinated by the Directorate-General Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. Additionally, the event is supported by the Circular Bio-Based Europe Joint Undertaking.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of the conversation! Mark your calendars for June 26, 2024, and join us in Marseille for an enlightening and impactful session.

Members of BIP are entitled to 10% discount on the registration fee. Please contact us ( to receive the promotional code to be used in the registration form. For further information, visit the EUBCE website or contact