Interviews

Smoke and mirrors prior to MEPs’ vote on REDII
One week before the European Parliament’s vote on the new Renewable Energy Directive (REDII), the debate on solid bioenergy’s role
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The area of cultivated land for Miscanthus is increasing by 10% every year in france over the past three years
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Emmanuel de Maupeou (Novabiom/France Miscanthus) – Agri-biomass & energy crops deserve a harmonised recognition in the future CAP
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La “Bella Vita” with bioenergy
Bella Vita is more than just a housing project close to Waterloo — it is an ingenious mix between Belgian
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Capitalising on Namibia’s Encroacher Bush
Bush encroachment, or the rapid spread of native bush and shrub species, is one of the greatest challenges currently facing
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“Smart building” – A buzzword with opportunities for the EU pellet industry
Christiane Egger is the Director of the Regional Energy Agency of Upper Austria. Founded in 1991, the agency runs various
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Biotrade2020+ – providing guidelines for the development of an EU Bioenergy Trade Strategy
Recently,  The National Renewable Energy Centre (CENER) has been approved as a member of the  International Biomass Torrefaction Biomass Council (IBTC).
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An insight into Croatian bioenergy – Marina Malogorski
Since 2015, AEBIOM is involved in an innovative EU project called “Sustainable Regional Supply Chains for Woody Bioenergy” (BioRES). This
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Interview with Des O’Toole (Coillte) on the state of play of bioenergy in Ireland
Last month AEBIOM reached the symbolic threshold of a thousand supporters on its Linkedin Page . In order to thank its most
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An insight into Bulgarian bioenergy – Nikolay Kakanakov
Since 2015, AEBIOM is involved in an innovative EU project called “Sustainable Regional Supply Chains for Woody Bioenergy” (BioRES). This
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An insight into Serbian bioenergy – Vojislav Milijic
Since 2015, AEBIOM is involved in an innovative EU project called “Sustainable Regional Supply Chains for Woody Bioenergy” (BioRES). This
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Are forest fires inevitable? – The “Serra’s Model”
Every summer, forest fires ravage lands across the whole of Europe, attracting, for a short time, the attention of media. However
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FireCube, thinking out of the box for biomass innovation!
It cannot be stressed enough: bioenergy is a field of continuous innovation, always seeking to innovate. Want a concrete and recent
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How bioenergy can make the internet a greener place: The Kiowatt Story
The internet has become so commonplace that many of us have difficulty imagining what it takes to make this digital
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23/03/16 | Bioenergy4Business: a Pioneer Project explained
The international Bioenergy4Business (B4B) project, funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union, supports and promotes the
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01/03/16 | Interview to Cristina Calderon, Project Leader for the EU funded project BASIS
AEBIOM – Where did the idea of BASIS project come from? To which concerns does the BASIS project respond, according
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19/02/16 | Interview on pyrolysis oil to Kasperi Karhapää, Manager of Business Development at Fortum
AEBIOM: Could you provide us with some main facts and figures of the production of Fortum Otso Pyrolysis oil? Kasperi
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05/02/16|Increased use of Bioenergy post 2020 achieve significant GHG emission reduction
In preparing its climate and energy goals towards 2030 and further, the EU Commission has commissioned many studies. One such
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