database is now online and is accompanied by an interactive dashboard implemented in the EC Data portal of agro-economics Modelling (DataM) and in the EC Knowledge Centre for Bioeconomy.
online dashboard illustrates the extensive database of EU facilities producing different categories of bio-based products:
bio-based chemicals liquid biofuels bio-based composites and fibres pulp and paper biomethane starch, sugar and derived products timber (sawmills)
The last meeting for the
Interreg BSR project took place on October 10-11 at the BalticBiomass4Value Estonian University of Life Sciences in Tartu, Estonia.
Members of the consortium presented approximately 30 business cases and we discussed on the framework and methodology for sustainable development and dissemination of business models and cases in the BSR.
There was field demonstration of two Estonian enterprises, as best business case examples.
Biometaan Ltd. and Mangeni PM Ltd. in the Kõo, Viljandi County. The idea is to use dairy production residues as feed stock for biomethane production.
The website for our project
BalticBiomass4Value (BB4V) is now online!
The project is funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region and will run over the next three years. BB4V is a big transnational partnership representing 8 countries and covering all the key markets across Europe. Norway is represented with NIBIO (Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research) and NMBU (Norwegian University of Life Sciences).
Our NIBIO team is the lead on WP 2 “Title Analysis of market outlook and future viability of different bioenergy products and value chains in the BSR energy system” where we collaborate with NMBU.
There is also a Norwegian description of the project, that is
available on NIBIO’s website.
Bioenergy Europe just published Essentials, a quick guide with basic facts and figures on the feedstocks and technologies currently used in bioenergy!
Free pdf available online.