Part-financed by The European Union
European Regional Development Fund and European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument
Within the task 5.2 cases of businesses in the bioenergy sector have been identified and analysed. Good examples were selected using sustainability criteria.
The summary report on the Business Environment Assessment in the Baltic Sea Region has been issued. The work has been performed under the task 5.2 Business Environment Assessment and Sustainable Business Models, lead by Spektrum CWWM with support of ConVoco Ltd. The report is a result of work of a group of partners from nine countries in the BSR, performed using the methodology designed by ConVoco.
The event took place on the 22nd of November 2011 in Poznań, Poland during the POLEKO Fairs, an International Trade Fair of Environmental Protection held within the Polish presidency in the European Union. The workshop provided an excellent opportunity to discuss the challenges and changing policies in the bioenergy energy sector in the framework of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) and the subsequent National Renewable Energy Action Plans (NREAPs).
On the 22nd of November 2011 about 60 policy makers, researchers and businessmen and women met in Poznań, Poland to discuss models for sustainable business in the bioenergy sector. The idea of Sustainable Business Models using sustainability criteria developed in the Bioenergy Promotion project was the conceptual frame of this international event.
The summary of the first, second and third Progress Report is now available.
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: