About CLUSTER Biogas

CLUSTER Biogas unites more than 20 Czech scientific institutions, companies and non-profit organizations from the field waste, biomass, science and research, energy, renewable resources and expert advice. The cluster’s objective is long term to create favorable conditions for development and innovation in these areas in the Czech Republic and abroad. CLUSTER Biogas has a fully equipped laboratory  to perform a one-off and long term monitoring of the operation of biogas plants.


Tomas Rosenberg
GSM +420 724 771 268
E-mail: rosenberg@klastrbioplyn.cz

International projects

CLUSTER Biogas collaborated on a joint project clusters Visegrad countries supported by the International Visegrad Fund – Effectiveness of energy clusters in the Visegrad region. The aim of project is despite the popularity of cluster concept and cluster policy, the real question is how to increase the effectiveness of clusters to realize their original function and goal to enhance the development of industries through transnational and trans-sectoral cooperation and support of compentencies. To achieve this, the proposal addresses the analysis of effectiness of clusters operating in the energy market within the Visegrad region and based ont he analysis it intends to define possible directions for policy makers int he field of cluster policies. More information on www.visegradfund.org 

Project partners : HIC Slovakia LTD (www.hic.sk), Research and Innovation Center Pro-Akademia (www.proakademia.eu), MIK (www.klasztermenedzsment.hu)

About International Visegrad Fund

The International Visegrad Fund is an inter­na­tional orga­ni­za­tion based in Bratislava founded by the gov­ern­ments of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries—the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Republic of Poland, and the Slovak Republic—in Štiřín, Czech Republic, on June 9, 2000. The pur­pose of the fund is to facil­i­tate and pro­mote the devel­op­ment of closer coop­er­a­tion among cit­i­zens and insti­tu­tions in the region as well as between the V4 region and other coun­tries, espe­cially the Western Balkans and coun­tries of the Eastern Partnership. The fund does so through grant sup­port of com­mon cul­tural, sci­en­tific and edu­ca­tional projects, youth exchanges, cross-border projects and tourism pro­mo­tion, and through indi­vid­ual mobil­ity pro­grams (schol­ar­ships, residencies).