The vision of Teréga (former TIGF) is to accelerate the energy transition with gas.
Teréga is convinced that gas i required as an energy of the future because it can allow a real acceleration to the energy model of tomorrow.
Teréga accounts for 14% of the French transport network and 24% of France´s storage capacity. Due to more than 70 years of know-how and development of natural gas transmission and storage Teréga is now able to design new solutions around its green businesses from biomethane and future projects such as Power to Gas.
Electrochaea has developed a commercially viable and disruptive solution for utility-scale energy storage, grid balancing, and carbon reuse.
Electrocahea’s proprietary process converts low-cost and stranded electricity and carbon dioxide into pipeline-grade renewable gas for direct injection into the existing natural gas grid, a conversion process known as “power-to-gas”.
TIGF, GRDF, GRTgaz and SPEGNN released a forecast on the 21st of November showing that biomethane in France could reach 90 TWh/year in 2030. The number of NGVs in the transportation sector is expected to increase from the current 15,000 to 300,000 in 2035, in the most conservative scenario. The most optimistic scenario indicates 1,000,000 NGVs by 2035. The forecast emphasize the importance of upgraded biogas, bioSNG and renewable methane through Power-to-gas in the French market.
To access the communique (in French)
France is nr 3 in Europe when it comes to nr of biogas plants. The biogas production has almost doubled from 2010 to 2015 and the nr of biomethane plants increased almost an order of magnitude from 2011 to 2016. However, the most interesting is the ambitious targets for 2023 and 2030, and the strong associated incentives.
We foresee a strong and rapid development of the French biomethane market in the years to come and are happy to provide REGATEC 2018 as a vibrant meeting point for the biogas, gasification and Power-to-gas community.
Looking forward to see you in Toulouse, 3-4 May 2018.
The REGATEC team
Electrochaea’s mission is to integrate fluctuating renewables into the electricity grid by means of Power-to-gas technology. Electrochaea employs a patented biocatalyst to convert low-cost and stranded electricity and carbon dioxide into pipeline-grade renewable gas. This gas can be directly injected into the existing natural gas grid.
A maximum of 32 posters will be accepted for presentation and published in the REGATEC 2016 conference proceedings. Poster proposal are accepted on a first come, first served basis until the maximum number is reached. Besides the scientific quality and industrial relevance REGATEC strives to get a good international mix of poster presenters and at the same time respect the gender equality.
- Anaerobic digestion, gas cleaning and upgrading
- Cryogenic upgrading and/or liquefaction
- Biomass gasification, syngas cleaning, methanation and CHP
For more info see http://www.regatec.org/posters
Due to the large number of high quality submissions the REGATEC 2015 poster session will be extended. In total 54 poster proposals were recieved. 33 have been accepted, 7 are in process and 14 have been withdrawn or rejected.
The accepted posters cover anaerobic digestion, gas cleaning, upgrading, gasification, methanation, Power-to-gas, and biogas in dual fuel systems and fuel cells.
See the list of accepted posters.
The call for poster closed on the 31st of March.
Due to the large number of high quality poster submissions the poster session has been expanded to 24 accepted presentations, 12 on biogas and 12 on gasification (including 2 on power-to-gas). In total 34 poster submissions were received.