Collaboration for Profitability and Environmental Benefits in Farm-based Biogas Production

Last changed: 07 May 2021
A tractor in front of a biogas silo. Photo.

The project investigated the Swedish farmers' collaboration in farm-based biogas production and studied the effects of various forms of collaboration for the entrepreneur's profitability, production, environmental benefits, and learning and rural development.

The project was conducted in two phases. The first phase consisted of a survey of all farm-based biogas plants in Sweden. This mapping provided a basis for the second phase, which consisted of an in-depth analysis through case studies of various collaboration constellations.

 

Facts:

Project leader

Richard Ferguson, Researcher, Department of Economics, SLU, +4618671731
Read more on Richard Ferguson's CV page
Send an e-mail to: richard.ferguson@slu.se

Participants

Cecilia Sundberg, Researcher, Department of Energy and Technology, SLU, +4618671811
Read more on Cecilia Sundberg's CV page
Send an e-mail to: cecilia.sundberg@slu.se

Pernilla Tidåker, Researcher, Department of Energy and Technology, SLU +4618671869
Send an e-mail to: pernilla.tidaker@jti.se  

Cecilia Waldenström, Senior Lecturer, Department of Urban and Rural Development, SLU

Project time

2013-2015

External funding

The Swedish Farmers' Foundation for Agricultural Research

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