Chapter 6: From gas to biogas from biowaste: heating, power generation, and cogeneration
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This chapter explores whether the regulatory system of EU policies and legislation encourages or limits the growing use of biogas produced from biowaste in the provision of heating and electricity along with the cogeneration of heat and power. The most recent changes to EU policies announced by the Commission are examined, together with the different regulatory frameworks, with a focus on the regulation of heat, electricity, and cogeneration. The chapter also contrasts all 27 National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) to show how the Member States have committed to follow EU law thus far and highlight their reliance on biogas for the needs of energy transition.

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