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The German company Wabio started the construction of the first bioenergy plant in Nova Crnja, where green energy will be produced from waste biomass such as manure and harvest residues.

Blic, April 25, 2023

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The article delves into Serbia’s contemplation of constructing gas power plants as part of its energy transition. Emphasizing gas as a transitional energy source, insights from the JIE 2023 Gas Forum underscore the importance of addressing CO2 emissions and highlight the benefits of gas power plants. Advocates like President Dejan Popović and Director Zoran Šušnjević propose the shift from coal-fired thermal power plants to gas. The piece addresses challenges faced by existing gas plants and suggests solutions for efficiency, including heat accumulators. It further discusses the role of gas turbines and alternative options like biogas production. Perspectives from Montenegro stress the need for strategic decisions, infrastructure development, and capacity balancing in considering gas for electricity generation.

Energija Balkana, November 6, 2023

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Wabio Investment Holding SR is to begin the construction of the first biogas facility in Nova Crnja this Monday, in which it plans to invest around EUR 20 million, the company announced. They add that the beginning of the construction in Nova Crnja also marks the launching of an investment cycle of investments in Serbia in the amount of EUR 400 million.

Ekapija, April 19, 2023

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WABIO is at the leading edge of offering biomass technologies to turn waste into (energy) wealth. It transforms organic feedstock into electric power, biomethane, bio-compressed natural gas (CNG), bio-liquified natural gas (LNG), heat, green technical liquid CO2, dry ice, and carbonised CO2.

Utilities Tech Outlook, January, 2023

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Serbia can produce the amount of green gas (methane) that replaces the amount of natural gas that is now imported only from crop residues – renewable energy sources in agricultural production, according to experts.

N1, July 3, 2022

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Serbia can produce the amount of green gas (methane) that replaces the amount of natural gas that is now imported only from crop residues – renewable energy sources in agricultural production, according to experts.

Danas, July 3, 2022

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In Serbia, sugar producer Sunoko Company, part of MK Group, has recently revealed that it is investing over EUR 9 million in building a 2.4 MW biogas power plant at its Vrbas sugar mill. The biogas plant will use by-products and wastewater from sugarbeet processing to generate green electricity.

Bioenergy International, July 20, 2021

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Swiss Ladies Drive GmbH, June 17, 2022

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Awards

Top 10 Waste Management Solutions Providers in Europe 2022 – Utilities Tech

Resources

Top 10 Waste Management Solutions Companies in Europe – 2022

Utilities Tech Outlook (2022), Europe

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Global Energy Review 2021

The International Energy Agency (2021), Paris

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Bioenergy Power Generation

The International Energy Agency (2021), Paris

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Outlook for biogas and bio methane : Prospects for organic growth

The International Energy Agency (2020), Paris

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