You now have free access to this Bioheat Profitability Assessment Tool

The Austrian Energy Agency (AEA), partner with AEBIOM in the H2020 Bioenergy4Business project, has developed an innovative, free-of-charge Bioheat Profitability Assessment Tool for the examination and comparison of investments in biomass-heating and equivalent fossil fuelled systems, for mid-scale production of low temperature space and domestic hot water as well as process heat. The novelty of [Read more]

Announcement EE & RE 2017

Organizer: Via Expo Event Partner: National Biomass Association (BGBIOM) From 7 to 9 March 2017 there will be held the 13th edition of the South-East European Conference and Exhibiton on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  Over the years of its existence since 2005, the event has proved its significance for the Region dealing with its [Read more]

4th International Conference on Renewable Energy Gas Technology, REGATEC 2017

22-23 May 2017, Pacengo (Verona), ITALY  REGATEC 2017 has a technical and industrial focus and is directed towards microbial and thermochemical conversion of biomass and waste to biomethane, Power-to-gas, biomass gasification for CHP production, and cryogenic upgrading/liquefaction. REGATEC includes plenary and parallel sessions, a poster session, an exhibition and Network Plus (scheduled B2B meetings) and [Read more]

International study tour: Utilization of Straw and Biomass in the District Heating Sector

The registration for Bioenergy4Business study tour in Denmark:  “Utilization of Straw and Biomass in the District Heating Sector – Experiences, Technology and Planning” is open. International study tour: Utilization of Straw and Biomass in the District Heating Sector Location: Aarhus, Denmark Date: 29/30. September 2016 Registration and detailed program:  http://www.dti.dk/services/k27079   The organisators will pay the [Read more]

The final INEMAD – GR3 conference

The INEMAD and GR3 partners are proud to present their joint conference to present the results of these two projects. Common ground is the production of biogas from agricultural or municipal residues. Where GR3 is mainly looking at the supply chain to support the use of grass clippings for biogas production, INEMAD is looking at agricultural inputs to [Read more]