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Founding members of the Polish Association of Biomethane:
MA Marek Pituła - The President of the Polish Biomethane Association, a graduate of the Faculty of Foreign Trade at SGPiS (currently: SGH), economist, entrepreneur, farmer - former president and one of the founding members of the Polish Association of Agricultural Biogas Producers, co-author of the concept of the first Polish biomethane installation in 2012, coordinator of implementation projects implemented by Polish Association of Biomethane, Dębowa Kłoda / Warsaw / Krakow
Dr hab. Eng. Jan Cebula - associate professor at the Institute of Environmental Protection and Engineering of the University of Technology and Humanities in Bielsko-Biała, author of the first monograph in Poland (2012) on the issues of agricultural and landfill biogas treatment, Gliwice
Prof. dr hab. Eng. Jacek Dach - University of Life Sciences in Poznań, head of the Ecotechnology Laboratory, specialist in the field of biological waste treatment, repair and optimization of biogas plant operation, production, storage and processing of biomass, member of the scientific council of Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum (DBFZ) in Leipzig.
MSc Eng. Paweł Filanowski - a graduate of the Oil and Gas Drilling Department of AGH, University of Science and Technology in Krakow, currently a PhD student at this faculty, specializing in biogas treatment to biomethane, Head of the Special Interest Group at the Chamber of Commerce for Gas Industry for the development of a standard for biogas parameters for the ST-IGG gas network: 3501 2019, Warsaw.
MSc Eng. Krzysztof Gospodarek - a graduate of the University of Life Sciences in Lublin, engineer and farmer, specialist in the field of agricultural equipment, in the years 2009 - 2016 he built and managed one of the first Polish agricultural biogas plants, co-author of the concept of the first Polish biomethane installation in 2012, Lublin.
M.Sc. Eng. Karol Jarzyna - designer of a dozen Polish agricultural biogas plants, including the first four implemented biomethane installations with a total production capacity of 12 million Nm3 of biomethane per year.
Dr hab. Alina Kowalczyk - Juśko, prof. University of Life Sciences in Lublin - Department of Environmental Management Engineering and Geodesy, associated with the biogas industry since 2005 (the first biogas plants by Poldanor), specializing in energy plants and agricultural use of digestate.
MSc. Patrycja Pochwatka - University of Life Sciences in Lublin, research and teaching assistant, in the Association deals with the issues of localization of biomethane facilities and networks, Lublin.
MA Michał Pituła - a graduate of the Faculty of Law at the University of Warsaw and Freie Universität Berlin, working in the field of energy law. Currently an attorney trainee. (Bar Association in Warsaw).
Dr hab. Eng. Czesław Rybicki - associate professor at the Faculty of Oil and Gas Drilling of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, dealing with i.a. issues of biogas treatment to biomethane and separation of hydrogen and carbon dioxide from the dark fermentation process, Kraków.
Piotr Świeboda - He went through the ranks from salesperson to sales director. Together with a team, he carried out over 20 RES installations to the current support system. Permanent collaborator of the Polish Biomethane Association. Aviation enthusiast, member of the "Sky Magic" aerobatic team, air force parachute instructor and Polish junior champion in landing accuracy.
Dr Andrzej Wrębiak - a graduate of the Faculty of Foreign Trade at SGPiS (currently: SGH), economist, economic advisor, former president of the Polish Association of Economic Advisors, specializing in on energy topics, Warsaw.
Dr hab. Eng. Wojciech Czekała - associate profesor at the University of Life Sciences in Poznań - a graduate of Environmental Protection and Geology - Mineral and Water Management at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań. A specialist in the field of biological waste treatment, digestate management and environmental protection. Has extensive experience gained, i.a. during domestic and foreign internships and the implementation of research projects and works commissioned by business entities. Project manager LIDER VII entitled: "IN-OIL An innovative method of bioconversion of by-products of the food industry".
Three of the members of our Association are co-owners of the Polish patent No. 225854 for the invention entitled "The method of biogas purification to the parameters of transmission gas and the gas-cleaning plant", known as "Polish cryogenic method of biogas treatment to biomethane".
Three people from among the members of the Association participated in 2015-2017 in the NCBiR project entitled "Construction of the Polesie biogas network based on the model of social participation of residents" known as "Project PolBioNet - Poleski biogas network", the first and probably the only development of the local biomethane distribution network in Poland (Polesie Lubelskie, Poleski National Park) so far.
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