Part-financed by The European Union
European Regional Development Fund and European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument
Regional bioenergy stakeholders with an emphasis on woody biomass met for the region of Rotenburg at the kick-off meeting of BIOENERGY PROMOTION 2 in April 2012.
Cooperation with the Baltic 21, CBSS Expert Group on Sustainable Development is the focus of task 4.2 of Bioenergy Promotion II. This cooperation is an important mechanism to ensure dissemination of bioenergy policies and to create understanding of the role bioenergy is playing within the energy sector, agriculture, rural development, business development and other fields of action.
The summary of the first, second and third Progress Report is now available.
An energy independent german village, biodiesel production from household waste in Norway and Utilization of biogas from farm waste in Latvia are three projects choosen as the best regional best practice models by the Bioenergy Promotion project.
As we are approaching the half way point of the project period a number of deliverables have already been achieved. Hopefully the excellent progress will continue through out the project. Some of the most important document this far are:
The final report on Task 4.2 - Regional bioenergy potential -, provided by the Chamber of Agriculture Lower Saxony, Germany, is now available.
The summary report from Task 4.4, Business and industry analysis can now be downloaded from the website. The main purpose of the business and industry analysis was to evaluate overall situation in the different bioenergy sectors in the regions and by the partners involved in Task 4.4. Such evaluation include collection and analysis of data and information about biomass resources in different branches of economy and main actors in the BE sector – biomass or biofuels producers and consumers, and organizations providing supporting services.
The report includes a description of regions and network points established as a part of WP4, written by the contact persons in each region. The report also includes thorough descriptions of the tasks in WP4, written by the task leaders.