DanuP-2-Gas to continue in 2021 – a review of year 2020

The main goal of the project DanuP-2-Gas is to explore alternatives in RES-produced electricity storage. Biogas holds a massive potential if upgraded to biomethane as it can be injected to the natural gas network. DanuP-2-Gas seeks to assist in the exploitation of this potential.

Due to the difficulties caused by the corona virus, the planned face-to-face Kick-off meeting could not take place, therefore the partners agreed to hold a Kick-Off meeting online, symbolizing the start of the project. The date for this was set for September 30.

Representing our Lead Partner, the Technologiezentrum Energie (Technische Hochschule Landshut) Tim Bieringer introduced the mission of DanuP-2-Gas and then presented each of the key tasks. After this introduction, each of the thirteen participating partners introduced their own organization and the main set of tasks in which they will take part.

The project itself can be divided into four main thematic work packages. WP1 is coordinated by the Tolna County Development Agency setting up the Danube Energy Platform broadcasting all relevant outputs to the public and also involving a webGIS map offering relevant information about the biogas sector: key players, infrastructure elements and other important features.

We will inform you about the rest of the Work Packages in detail, in the meantime we have started work on those as well and participated on several online discussions about how to implement each of them. We are interested about your opinion about the next milestones of the project, so if you would like to tell us what do you think, follow our webpage or the project home page (http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/danup-2-gas)!

The DanuP-2-Gas project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and Hungary.