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Thanks to the war in Ukraine, everyone knows how dependent Europe is on fossil fuel imports from Russia. Even sceptical politicians now talk in terms of 'freedom energy' about renewable energy sources as an alternative. For people who have been concerned with renewable energy for a long time, especially when it comes to biomass, this is no surprise.
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There are still challenges in the use of bioenergy. These will be discussed in detail at the European Biomass Conference and Expo (EUBCE) in May 2022. In the run-up to this, Heinz Ossenbrink, former member of the Joint Research Team (JRC) of the European Commission and online coordinator of EUBCE, will speak about the advantages of biomass in a live event on 23 March. These advantages are in the field of security of energy supply, greenhouse gas reduction targets and job creation through technology deployment. Heinz will further discuss timelines, costs, competitive agriculture, progress in biogas and potential.

This free online (Zoom) session starts on 23 March at 14:00 CET. See the registration link below. More information on EUBCE can be found in the agenda.

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