AEBIOM’s latest event Visions of Bioenergy – Bringing Local Initiatives to Brussels offered participants the unique opportunity to visit a BLTC (Biomass Logistic Trade Center) in Leoben, Austria. Through an immersive 360° video, you can discover the trade center, how it works and the benefits it offers to the local community. Access final presentations here and check out our photo recap on our Flickr page .
Brussels, 08.05.17 – The European Biomass Association ( AEBIOM ), the European Geothermal Association ( EGEC ) and the European Solar Thermal Association ( ESTIF ), release joint position papers on the Electrification of Heating and Cooling & the Link Between the PEF and Eco-Design/Energy Labeling Regulations: The Electrification of the Heating and Cooling Sector: Energy consumption in the heating sector, including space heating, … Read More
13th March 2017 On Monday 13th March 2017, the International Energy Agency Bioenergy united more than 125 international academics to denounce the misleading statements made by a recent publication from ‘Chatham House’ on the impact of bioenergy on climate. This group of academics “considered that this report does not present an objective overview of the current state of scientific understanding with respect to the climate effects of bioenergy”. For Jean-Marc Jossart, AEBIOM secretary … Read More
The European Pellet Council has just launched its new website. This refreshed version includes improvements on design and navigation, as well as a responsive layout for all platforms, for a quicker and clearer access to the content. The new website is available at epc.aebiom.org , don’t forget to update your bookmarks!
“The Burning Issue: – When bioenergy goes bad” is the sensationalist title of the latest film released by Brussels-based NGOs BirdLife Europe and Transport & Environment. The release was supported by a significant marketing effort, including trailers that featured an arsenal of rhetorical statements to the backdrop of epic music. As is often the case with such teasers, the movie fell short … Read More
The Austrian Energy Agency (AEA), partner with AEBIOM in the H2020 Bioenergy4Business project , has developed an innovative, free-of-charge Bioheat Profitability Assessment Tool for the examination and comparison of investments in biomass-heating and equivalent fossil fuelled systems, for mid-scale production of low temperature space and domestic hot water as well as process heat. The novelty of this tool is that it includes country-specific … Read More
Europe has a specific responsibility to lead the way to a fossil free society. Technologies, know how, experience, capital, potential and positive examples are available as on no other continent. With a successful climate policy Europe could urge other continents to follow the European Example. Without European leadership no other continent will take the lead to implement COP 21 targets … Read More
This is a key moment at EU level for bioenergy, including Agricultural Biomass and Energy Crops. The publication of the Clean Energy Package and the impending reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) beyond 2020 offer an unprecedented window of opportunity. Agricultural Biomass and Energy Crops have been thoroughly studied, researched and developed over the past 20 years. Their environmental, … Read More
30th November 2016 After years of discussions, the European Commission has now proposed legislation on sustainability criteria for all bioenergy uses. This represents a major outcome for the entire European renewables industry and for the EU’s climate and energy targets, as bioenergy represents 60% of all European renewable energy consumption. For Didzis Palejs, President of the European Biomass Association (AEBIOM), … Read More
November 30th, 2016 EGEC – AEBIOM – EHPA – ESTIF Press release In the context of the worldwide paradigm shift in climate change, the EU has a unique opportunity to reposition itself as the world leader in climate action. Despite steps to increase the share of renewables in the heating sector, the Commission proposal does not remove the regulatory loopholes … Read More