Bioenergy is energy from biomass and is essential in the energy transition. Thanks to the energy produced in Andijk, 15 million Nm3 (cubic meters) of natural gas is saved per year. Biomass is organic material, both vegetable and animal, and is biodegradable. There are three different ways of producing bioenergy: combustion, digestion and gasification. Modern bioenergy plants meet strict emission standards andguarantee the sustainability and origin of the biomass.