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Incentive scheme for biomethane in France

Marie Verney
Country: France
Original language: English

Since the feed-in tariff system was introduced in 2011, France managed to rank among the top five biomethane producers in Europe. Incentives, backed by the government’s ambitious sustainability goals, increase if biomethane is obtained from specific matrices, such as waste or zootechnical waste. What’s more, tenders for plants able to produce more than ...

Since the feed-in tariff system was introduced in 2011, France managed to rank among the top five biomethane producers in Europe. Incentives, backed by the government’s ambitious sustainability goals, increase if biomethane is obtained from specific matrices, such as waste or zootechnical waste. What’s more, tenders for plants able to produce more than 250 GWh/year are expected to be launched in 2020.  We asked the ATEE Club Biogaz association to explain in detail how the feed-in tariff system works in France.

 

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