Winds change for biogas

Biogas facilities are sprouting up everywhere. However, many of these projects have difficulties making profit. "One's loss is another's gain," says one player.

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Biogas is projected to have an important future in a world focusing on the transition toward green energy. But there are still many variables in the new industry still deeply dependent on state subsidies.


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