​Photo: Gobigas/Rob Vanstone

Gobigas – technical success at the wrong moment?

In close collaboration with Chalmers, Göteborg Energi could in 2014 inaugurate Gobigas – the world's first large-scale plant for production of biogas from forest waste. The attention concerning Gobigas in Swedish press has mainly focused on high costs, impairment and political storms. But technically, Gobigas is a success which abroad is hailed as a milestone in bioenergy.

Welcome to a lunch seminar on the development of the GoBiGas plant, future prospects, and the role of GoBiGas in a European perspecitve. The seminar is held in English.

Date: 21 October 2016
Time: 12h00–13h00
Location: Johanneberg Science Park, Sven Hultins plats 1, Gothenburg

Lunch sandwich is included!

Programme

The world's first large-scale plant for biofuel production from forest waste
Ingemar Gunnarsson, Project leader Research and Development, Göteborg Energi
 
Aiming for a fossil-free future – coming steps
Henrik Thunman, professor in energy technology, Chalmers

The role of Gobigas in European development
Kyriakos Maniatis, Principal Administrator Directorate General for Energy, European Commission
 
Moderator: Tomas Kåberger, professor in industrial energy policy, Chalmers

Registration

​The lunch seminar has already taken place.

For questions, contact energy@chalmers.se.

Published: Wed 03 Aug 2016. Modified: Thu 27 Oct 2016