The reference event in the renewable gas sector
EXPOBIOGAZ is France's leading event devoted to renewable-gas production and use. This year, it will take place on 2 and 3 September 2020 at the Grand Palais in Lille.
Positioned to respond the needs of the overall market as well as new projects, EXPOBIOGAZ will provide extensive business and development opportunities on a regional, national and European level. The exhibitors will be presenting every type of solution for power-to-gas, pyrogasification, digestate exploitation, injection, co-generation, after-sales & maintenance. Suppliers of pre-treatment, digestion and purification equipment will also be exhibiting their products at the show, as well as manufacturers of vehicles that run on NGV (Natural Gas for Vehicles).
A trade fair that brings together all the players in the renewable gas sector
EXPOBIOGAZ will bring together a wide variety of visitors, covering every area of expertise in this "industry of the future". The event will also be welcoming project sponsors from different sectors – such as agriculture and livestock breeding, public institutions, industry, waste and water treatment, and technical equipment for biogas, biomethane fuel and energy production.
Demonstrations, events and conferences to learn more about the latest developments in the sector
Over the course of two days, all the latest topics will be addressed in the "Conference area". The "Exhibitor Forum" will give companies the opportunity to promote a project, a product or a service. There will also be a specific "Agricultural Village", in which farmers will be able to present and discuss their agricultural methanisation projects, while the "Talent Forum" will address the current employment and training issues in the sector. This year's EXPOBIOGAZ will also be hosting a vehicle exhibition.
The primary concern of GL events is to ensure that visitors and exhibitors can be accommodated with the best possible hygiene conditions and health security, with reinforced measures and procedures adapted to the specific conditions related to the sanitary crisis Covid-19.