Download the AEBIOM Statistical Report 2012 [HERE].
European Industrial Pellet Suppliers (EIPS) Update
Fanny-Pomme Langue, Bioenergy International, no.66, 2013
First International Workshop on Pellet Safety held in Austria
Christian Rakos, Bioenergy International, no. 66, 2013
"The big question: What's ahead for 2013?"
Fanny-Pomme Langue, Renewable Energy World, p.17
"Bioenergy projects receive 630 million Euros under NER300"
Lara Mertens, Forest Bioenergy, no.14,p.5
"BioAlgaeSorb project – from waste to biofuels via microalgae cultivation"
Cristina Calderon, Bioenergy International, no.63, p.43
"4th European Conference on Renewable Heating and Cooling 22-23 April 2013, Dublin, Ireland"
RHC platform, Bioenergy International, no.63, p.43
"4th AEBIOM Bioenergy Conference 17-19 June 2013, Brussels, Belgium"
Anamaria Olaru, Bioenergy International, no.63, p.42
"AEBIOM Bienergy Conference 2013"
Anamaria Olaru, Forest Bioenergy, no.15, p.4-5
"Biomass can deliver climate change benefits"
EREC, New Energy, n° 6
"AEBIOM:EC limits biofuels sector but does not solve the problem"
AEBIOM, Bioenergy International, no.62, p.51
"European Bioenergy Conference 2012"
Edita Vagonyte, Forest Bioenergy , no.11, p.5
"Bioenergy creates a carbon debt- myth or reality?"
Edita Vagonyte, Bioenergy Insight , p.3
"Position paper pushes energy tax revision- higlights potential market distortion"
Edita Vagonyte,Bioenergy International , no.59, p.35
"Carbon Debt- a threat to bioenergy?"
Edita Vagonyte,Bioenergy International , no.58, p.37
"Cut tax to promote the use of biofuels"
Edita Vagonyte, Forest Bioenergy , no.11, p.4
"Bioenergy Challenges. Brussels backs Bioenergy"
Edita Vagonyte, EAEM , p.51
"Energy Roadmap 2050: neither hot nor cool"
Edita Vagonyte, Forest Bioenergy , no.9, p.5, 2012
"Perennial energy crops- An opportunity for CAP greening and economic growth"
Edita Vagonyte, Bioenergy International, no.56, p.49
The aim of work package 2 of the EUBIONET III project is to identify trade routes, quantify traded volumes and point out barriers & opportunities for trade. EUBIONET III also aims to assess the economically and technically viable volume of solid biomass fuels (woody, herbaceous and fruit biomass). This report covers the main results from the individual country reports.
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The objective of this evaluation report is to give a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art of different sustainability criteria and certification systems used in Europe and to evaluate the different criteria used for the sustainability and certification of bioenergy (D4.4. in EUBIONET III). The results from a stakeholder questionnaire provide additional recommendations on how to move forward in the development and harmonization of certification systems for bioenergy in Europe.
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The aim of this Road Map is to create awareness on the potential of pellets. Pellets are a form of densified biomass that offer huge opportunities for the increased use of renewable energy in Europe. Its intention is also to show member states how to successfully develop national pellet markets.
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Biomass currently accounts for 2/3 of renewable energy in Europe and bioenergy will play a key role in achieving the ambitious targets approved by the renewable energy directive. The potential from agricultural is still largely unexploited and this sector is expected to have the highest growth rates in the coming years. Within the bioenergy sector the increased use of biogas opens up new fields of applications where biomass has not played a major role so far.
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This handbook contains practical information on the use of energy crops for heat and power. It covers the reed canary grass, willow, hemp and poplar as well as the a chapter on biogas production from energy crops. The handbook provides the details on crop cultivation and harvesting, logistics, energy production technologies, rationality and economics of production.
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The brochure aims at helping the market to uptake this biomass ressource with appropriate technologies.
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The brochure, published within the RESTMAC project, aims at promoting the use of pellets for residential heating. The publication covers the production of pellets, the supply and the use of it in pellet boilers and stoves. The brochure also provides an overview of the European pellets market.
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This brochure, published within the RESTMAC project, covers the dedicated energy crops grown in Europe for heat and power production. It mainly includes the following crops: miscanthus, willow, poplar and reed canary grass but also gives an overview on switchgrass, hemp and other crops that are not widely used for energy purposes in Europe.
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AEBIOM publishes its newsletter 5 times a year. The newsletter includes the latest developments on EU policies related to Bioenergy, our views on EU policies, AEBIOM news and events as well as the projects and publications. You can subscribe to our newsletter online (on AEBIOM homepage) or by sending an email to info(a)aebiom.org
AEBIOM publishes each year an annual report which includes all the achievements and developments of the AEBIOM activities. The report focuses on the lobbying and communication activities, as well as the developments of AEBIOM projects, European and world platforms and the status of AEBIOM membership.