24 March 2021 - 25 March 2021 Nantes, France
Achieving the transition from a fossil-based economy to a sustainable biobased bioeconomy is founded jointly on bioenergy continuing to significantly grow its vital contribution to decarbonising the energy mix in solid, liquid and gaseous forms … and in order to go the whole distance, we equally need the bioeconomy to come to full fruition.
Post date: 13 Jan 2021
In the updated Renewable Energy Directive II, the EU clearly considers community energy as a key factor for future Renewable Energy market uptake and mandates Member States to implement regulatory frameworks for enabling and facilitating this process.
Post date: 15 Dec 2020
The European Commission aims to analyse the competitiveness of the European heating and cooling industry. Four case studies of successful and competitive deployment of heating and cooling solutions at a city level from selected organizations support this analysis. The case studies aim to illustrate how competitive renewable energy technologies such as solar-thermal, biomass, biogas and heat pump are in the context of different local factors across Europe, and what are their impacts on local communities.
Post date: 19 Nov 2019
In the framework of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), biomass burning for heat production in households has emerged as a major issue where a better balance between “decarbonisation” benefits and negative impacts on air quality, the environment and human health is needed.
Post date: 9 Jan 2019
“We will co-finance the procurement and installation of biomass boilers and heat pumps by individuals with HRK 12 million. Depending on the location of the house, it is possible to get co-financing of between 40% and 80% of the project value, but not more than HRK 35,000 including VAT, to install a biomass system or up to HRK 45,000 for heat pump systems,” FZOEU Director Dubravko Ponoš said.
Post date: 6 Nov 2018
The CoolHeating project goal is to support the development of the market for small modular renewable heating and cooling systems in cities and municipalities of South-East Europe (SEE). This goal will be achieved through the transfer of knowledge and joint activities of partners from countries with good practice examples (Austria, Denmark, and Germany) and countries with modest development in this sector (Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia).
Post date: 10 Jul 2018
The Save the Planet exhibition showcases local and foreign companies, who offer products and solutions for waste collection, treatment and utilization. A conference on the same topics will take place parallel to the exhibition. The event is open to representatives of municipalities and government administration, ecologists, investors, managers of companies from the sectors recycling, waste management, agriculture, food and packaging, etc.
Post date: 11 Jun 2018
Training courses for installers of small-scale renewable energy systems in buildings
The objective of the IEE Install+RES project was to establish training courses for the qualification of trainers and the certification of installers of renewable energy systems (biomass, solar, PV and heat pumps) in buildings. The target groups were installers (with working experience as plumbers, roofers or electricians) and trainers (as teachers, engineers and professors).
Post date: 14 Nov 2017
This R&D conference combined with an international exhibition, the EUBCE represents one of the leading platforms for the collection, exchange and dissemination of scientific know-how in the field of biomass.
Post date: 3 Nov 2017
The Young Energy Researchers Conference is part of the World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED). Linked to the main topics of the WSED18, the conference has 2 tracks, one for biomass and one for energy efficiency.
The 2 best contributions are honoured with the awards "Best Young Energy Researcher: Energy Efficiency" and "Best Young Energy Researcher: Biomass". The researchers receive 1,000 Euro each as prize money.
Post date: 22 Sep 2017