There is a general reform to the single farm payment afoot throughout the EU. Of note is the number of micro generators using anaerobic digestion planned throughout France. Great idea.
I think In Brittany alone over 150 are planned. Each serving a 30 kilometre radius. I read a paper on it yesterday. The waste will be collected, and fertiliser delivered back.
This obviously reduces nitrates from raw muck spreading as well as generating work for the farming industry. Coupled with the milk on demand system being rolled out, and robots keeping the sheds clean all the time the cows are loving it.
This is how the farm subsidy system is changing in Europe. Into developing green infrastructure.
Europe also have to stop using glyphosphate and other specified chemicals as 'dessicants'. Probably the glyphosphate interferes with anaerobic bacteria, so it's counterproductive to green energy. Just guessing!
More green waste will not be a problem over in Europe!