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Do you know of any young #rural #entrepreneurs (under 40) who contribute to the evolution of our rural countryside in a socially responsible and #sustainable manner?

🏆 The winner receives a prize of €5000 👇

European Landowners' Organization@EULandownersOrg

The 2021 Edition of the #Famigro #Award is now open, and applications should be sent before March 1, 2021.

For more information visit the #yfcs website:

Consultation: As we are designing a new programme, all interested stakeholders are invited to share their feedback on the thematic orientations preselected by Member States at this stage of the process. Submit your input to our consultation by 28 March!

To advance the energy sector decarbonization, the #EU needs to
▶️Facilitate the development and use of #renewablegas, including #hydrogen and #biomethane 🍃
▶️Leverage the gas grids as an enabler of the #energytransition in a pan-European approach to achieve climate-neutrality 🇪🇺

Today consuming less but better is becoming a priority for #Europe 🇪🇺 By converting #waste and residues into #renewablegas, farmers who produce #biomethane are essential for the development of a #circulareconomy and a more #sustainable society♻️

ADBA National Conference: expert panel from @imperialcollege @NFUtweets @kerslakefarming and @amur discusses the role of AD in decarbonising agriculture and digestates. #netzero #anaerobicdigestion #agriculture #digestate #biogasdoneright

Latest available data on the development of biogas and biomethane across Europe and significant growth forecasts ⁦@European_Biogas⁩ Statistical Report webinar

Our Energy Resilience in the Built Environment Centre for Doctoral Training is training the future leaders in the energy sector - applications open for 2021 cohort!
#phdlife #phd #opportunities #jobfairy

Interested in addressing climate change? Opportunities now open (deadline Feb 19) for PhD fellowships in Energy Resilience in the Built Environment.

Join us @MaREIcentre in our @erbecdt with partners in @UCL_Energy @lborouniversity funded by @scienceirel and @UKRI_News

Congratulations from RGFI. Minister Ryan appoints Marie Donnelly as Chair and Professor Peter Thorne as member of Climate Change Advisory Council;original_referer=

Minister @EamonRyan has secured cabinet approval for legislation that will ban the exploration for natural gas or oil. The provision will be included in the Climate Action and Low Carbon Amendment Bill #ClimateBill #ClimateActionIRL

📰 Newsletter №2 is out!

🤔 Want to learn more about what the BioWILL project has been up to? Or interesting benefits #willows can have? Or perhaps get to know one of our members?

👀 Then take a look here:

The new #GasforClimate paper argues that by 2030, 11% of all gas consumed in the EU should be renewable. The target is supported by two binding sub-targets for green hydrogen (3%) and biomethane (8%), to ensure an accelerated and consistent market ramp-up of both renewable gases.

New Gas for Climate policy paper on 11% binding renewable gas target, provides an analysis-based rationale on why a target is needed to meet the EU's climate ambition to cut GHG emissions by 55% in 2030.
Download the paper here

With #biomethane production, #rural areas turn #circulareconomy into reality, by using waste or residues from:
👉waste #water treatment

Our Head of Commercial, Ian O'Flynn, outlines our reimagined vision for Ireland's gas network, our initiatives to reduce Ireland's emissions and our progress in developing long-term, sustainable energy solutions.
#IbecInsights #RebootReimagine #RenewableGas #Hydrogen #CNG

Our vision: “A large scale, renewable gas industry in Ireland, indigenous and sustainable, producing at least 12% of current gas demand as renewable gas by 2030.”

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The Renewable Gas Forum Ireland is at the forefront of Ireland’s advancement towards a new era of indigenous, sustainable energy, while decarbonising industry’s heat demand…

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Our work covers advocacy, strategic initiatives, knowledge transfer and supporting our members.

Russell Smyth, Head of KPMG Sustainable Futures – Business case for renewable biomethane in Ireland

Benefits of Digestate from Biogas Plants as Biofertilizer

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