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Bioenergy Promotion 2 has successfully handed over to the Council of Baltic Sea States at set of recommendations on developing and disseminating sustainable bioenergy systems in the Baltic Sea Region.
Integrated solutions of the production and use of bioenergy contribute to sustainable use of resources across a number of sectors in economy both in urban and rural areas, and has vast potential in terms of economic gains for both cities and rural local communities.
The International Conference "From strategies to activities – Good practice examples of regional bioenergy promotion" that will be organised in parallel with the 9th International exhibition „Environment and Energy 2013” will present the best practice examples of bioenergy promotion in Baltic Sea region.
The latest newsletter in Bioenergy Promotion 2 project has been published.
“Bioenergy Promotion 2 – From Strategies to Activities” aims to strengthen the development towards a sustainable, competitive and territorially integrated Baltic Sea Region by promoting sustainable production and use of bioenergy.
In April 2013 a transfer team from Bioenergy Promotion 2 carried out the second visit to the Latgale Region in the Westernmost part of Latvia.
With inspiration from the Bioenergy Promotion project several new initiatives have been launched in Region Zealand in Denmark.
The Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) is an international event focusing on central issues regarding the future of the global agri-food industry. This year it was held for the fifth time in January 2013, during the International Green Week (IGW) in Berlin and it was hosted by the German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection.
The search for effective methods of producing alternative fuels constitutes an important aspect of local energy development. Biogas produced from different waste and organic substrates from agriculture is one of the best sources of alternative fuel. Current agricultural environmental and energy policy as well as science strategies promote the development and implementation of innovative renewable energy technologies especially those related to biogas production.