IBBK's international partners
During our worldwide activities we regularly get in touch with local businesses, interest groups and individuals who share our enthusiasm in the areas of biogas, bioenergy and sustainable energy supply.
These international relationships help us share our many years of knowledge and experience directly with like-minded people around the world, and to expand our ever-growing international network even faster.
Below we have listed a selection of our international partners in short profiles.
Do you want to become a cooperation partner and benefit from the concentrated knowledge as well as profit from special advantages during our events? Send us a message via the contact form below – we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
"Connecting the biogas industry"
Connection to IBBK:
BiogasWorld and IBBK started their strategic alliance in mid-2016 with the aim of benefiting from each other’s networks. BiogasWorld connects the biogas industry through the business generation platform and an online marketplace, bringing together product and service suppliers with project developers. This accelerates the worldwide biogas and RNG/biomethane industry development.
By listing and promoting IBBK’s biogas events through BiogasWorld’s channels, this strategic alliance closes the educational gaps in the biogas industry in the United States and Canada while connecting project developers to suppliers and equipment/service suppliers worldwide.
Location: Quebec, Canada
Business consultancy in the field of agriculture, dairy farming and energy production
Connection to IBBK:
After many years of contact with IBBK Kennedy Samuel came to a biogas training in May 2018 for the first time to identify points of contact for India in Southern Germany, the cradle of the agricultural, small-scale biogas movement. Benefiting from the intensive learning experience during the training, Kennedy looks to expand his business activities locally in the area of Pune / India, looking for opportunities to produce biogas, for example, from agricultural residues.
Kennedy will promote IBBK’s training locally to expose as many stakeholders as possible in touch with the technology and the opportunities of applied biogas production as a decentralized and independent source of energy.
Location: Pune, India