After his bachelors in Energy Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Berry de Jong studied the masters program Energy Science at Utrecht University where he graduated in 2012. During his studies, Berry conducted several investigations into the (economic and sustainable) use of bioenergy from waste and residue streams. He was president of YES-DC, the Young Energy Specialists and Development Co-operation an association for young professionals working in the field of energy and development cooperation, where he co-organized numerous congresses, network events, debates and excursions. As a consultant at CCS, his focus is on biogas from small scale (manure) digestion and related techniques like biogas upgrading, CHP and manure treatment technologies, and the development of tools for these areas to create concrete business cases. Amongst others Berry has developed the calculations tools for the BioEnergy Farm 2 project (www.bioenergyfarm.eu), to assess the economic feasibility of a small scale digester for farmers in Europe. With the Bio-Up, CCS has demonstrated that small scale upgrading of biogas technically possible and economically feasible. As a consultant, Berry was actively involved in the design and realization process of the demonstration plant, as well as in legal and the actual integration of the Bio-Up on the farm.Presentation title: Bio-Up, a new upgrading technology.