Research & development

The next phase of Reneron is to build more and significantly larger facilities across the Europe

Large amount of organic waste is still not processed anaerobically, the loop is still not closed. At the same time the renewable energy demand is growing. To respond to the demand, we will need to escalate our energy production capacity. All our new plants will be built to meet the highest sustainability standards

Eastern and Central Europe

In this region, every kWh of electricity produced generates 42-720 g of CO2. Poland by far produces largest carbon footprint for electricity as the majority of country’s energy is still produced at coal fired power plants. The electricity produced from biogas is carbon negative, as the avoided emissions for composting and produced electricity is taken into account  

Deploying Reneron’s technology in Central and Eastern Europe serves the chance to deliver 200 thousand tons of CO2 savings every year