During its lifetime, where the CEI has participated as a full-fledged Partner, S2BIOM has significantly increased knowledge and awareness about the availability of lignocellulosic biomass in EU28, the Western Balkans, Moldova, Ukraine and Turkey. Besides comprehensive and updated quantitative assessments and analyses, the project has elaborated on strategies and roadmaps aimed at fostering efficient utilisation of lignocellulosic feedstocks, and in particular agricultural and forestry residues. Great emphasis has been put on weighing the actual potentials of non-EU countries of Central, East and South Eastern European Countries, also with methodological benchmarking exercises. This has allowed verifying assumptions concerning the potential of the CEI area to became a driver of the green revolution and fossil fuel substitution, also through an extensive set of case studies.
Project results, and the S2BIOM Toolset will be displayed during the event organised jointly with the 5th clustering workshop of the Danube-Inco.Net project, where the CEI also acts as a partner, under the common title “Biomass for growth: potentials and challenges of bioenergy in the Danube Region”.
This approach will enable maximise the outreach and facilitate synergies between and among partners from the Danube Region and elsewhere in Europe, with focus on CEI Member States expected to bring about a crucial contribution to the deployment of Bioeconomy and bioenergy, with ensuing positive socio-economic impacts.
The workshop “Biomass for growth: potentials and challenges of bioenergy in the Danube Region” in Bratislava on 30 November is a side event of the SET Plan – Central European Energy Conference X taking place on 30 November - 2 December, under the auspices of the EU Slovak Presidency.
We kindly invite Bioeconomy and Bioenergy stakeholders interested in learning about the S2BIOM Toolset and the potentials of the Danube Region in relation to bioenergy development to participate in the event!
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