New edition of Revista RedBioLAC

The end of the year brings new research insights in renewable energy: Our regional partner network in Latin America published their 5th annual edition of the journal RedBioLAC Revista. It aims to collect research on the manifold aspects of biogas, biodigesters and anaerobic di-gestion in Latin America and the Caribbean to develop a methodology focused on financial and technological sustainability of the technologies.

The journal contains 15 papers, including five case studies, from multiple countries: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Cuba, Mexico and El Salvador. The goal is to gather the experience of international and diverse experts on the development, implementation and evaluation of biodigesters in order to advance the dissemination of the technology.
Thematically the edition covers a wide range of topics with the main focus being the process of co-digestion, but it also discusses:


  • the application and management of digestate
  • biodigestion with municipal or urban organic waste
  • control, modeling and inhibition of the biodigestion process
  • community and educational experiences in the context of biodigestion
  • the implementation of small and medium scale biodigesters
  • the use, treatment and utilization of biogas.

You are now able to find all journal editions on the newly launched website Revista RedBioLAC where further information on the selection process for papers, the editorial structure and quality policies of the journal can be found. All editions are also still available for download free of charge on RedBioLACs homepage

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