- - 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the Norwegian Centre for Organic Agriculture (NORSØK), which now again is an active national centre of expertise. This is a good time for NORSØK to once again start its own research, development and information activities, says Turid Strøm – the centre’s managing director since 4 January 2016.
This project will assess the profitability and feasibility of compressing biogass from distributed plants for further upgrading at centralized upgrading plants. If viable, this could help realize local or a regional facility for biogas, where 10-20,000 tonnes are treated together with fish waste and other industrial waste if converted into biogas.
There is a growing interest in biogas in Norway. One of the measures to reduce emissions from agriculture is to establish more biogas plants based on livestock manure. There is therefore an increasing need for improved advisory services, which in this case this will be realised in a collaboration with Norges Vel and Norwegian...