1. Saša Milojević, Fakultet inženjerskih nauka Univerziteta u Kragujevcu, Serbia
2. Radivoje Pešić, Fakultet inženjerskih nauka Univerziteta u Kragujevcu, Serbia

Human activities, in particular transport, are partially responsible for the problems associated with the greenhouse effect, and therefore global warming. The European Union is increasingly dependent on imported fossil fuel. From the second side, oil products come from politically unstable regions, oil prices are rising and resources are limited. This complex situation leads to significant ecological and economical risks for society. The European Commission is seeking to solve these issues through a series of initiatives, including many that focus on the transport, which is almost fully dependent on oil. In this context, it has launched every time a calls for projects that focus on biofuels. Our research inside of the paper is redirected on the training to take action with similar projects. We are analyzed here the possibilities for production of biogas from landfill and agricultural crops.

Key words: Global warming; Transport; Biomethane

Conference: 12th International conference on accomplishments in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology (DEMI 2015)

Date: 04.03.2015.