European Biochar Industry to 2028 – Organic Agriculture Market Growth Presents Opportunities –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Europe Biochar Market 2022-2028” report has been added to from offer.

The publisher’s report indicates that the biochar market in Europe is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 14.22% and 10.81% in terms of value and volume during the period 2022-2028. Italy, Germany, Russia, Spain, UK, France and the rest of Europe make up the market in this region.

Germany’s goal is to become greenhouse gas neutral by 2045. To achieve this, it has set initial targets of reducing emissions by at least 65% by 2030. In this regard, the country’s first climate law sets out annual reduction targets for individual targets. for each industry.

These are set in line with European plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The possible agricultural benefits of biochar to improve soil fertility could ultimately lead to a reduction in greenhouse gases, thereby contributing to the growth of the biochar market.

The key factor supporting the growth of the biochar market in France is the soil improvement properties that biochar possesses. Additionally, biochar provides natural carbon sequestration in the soil and preserves soil carbon levels. Growing demand from wastewater and dairy waste management sectors is also expected to propel the biochar market over the forecast period.

Apart from this, the growing demand for organic food products due to the growing emphasis on maintaining a healthy lifestyle has led to higher penetration of biochar in organic agriculture. Thus, all these factors are driving the biochar market on a gradual path in France.

Market dynamics


  • Supportive initiatives

  • Availability of cheap raw materials

  • Ability of biochar to sequester carbon

  • Reliable and constant energy flow


  • High cost

  • Lack of demonstration projects

  • Contamination of biochar and its feedstock


  • Opportunities for the biochar market in the future

  • Growth in the organic farming industry

Companies cited

  • Air Terra

  • Airex Energy

  • Anulekh Agrotech Pvt Ltd

  • Arsta Eco

  • Biochar industries

  • Earth bioenergy systems

  • Carbofex

  • Carbon Gold

  • Carbon Finland Oy

  • Farm2Energy

  • NovoCarbo

  • Pacific Biochar

  • Pyreg GmbH

  • Pyrotechnic energy

  • Australia Renewable Carbon Resources

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