In 2021, conditioned biogas injected into Denmark’s gas grid reached a record-breaking 25%, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark’s Trade Council. The renewable natural gas (RNG) is from biogas produced by anaerobic digestion facilities in the country. “Experts expect this number to rise to at least 30% by the end of this year, and 70% in 2030,” says the Trade Council. “Not only has biogas proven to be a great solution to reduce the country’s carbon emissions, but the growing sector has also increased Denmark’s gas self-sufficiency.” In 2018, the last time BioCycle reported on RNG from AD biogas in Denmark, the country had reached a European record with 18% RNG in the gas grid. More >>