On 11 June, Bioenergy Europe and Horizon 2020 AgroBioHeat consortium, co-hosted a #EUGreenWeek 2021 partner event dedicated to the valorisation of agricultural residues. During the webinar, sector and policy experts shared their views on the potential and challenges related to the use of agricultural residues for energy production. Focusing on the environmental and socio-economic benefits of agrobiomass, the event assessed
The project AgroBioheat will be present in the EU Green Week 2021 in the event entitled “Greening energy in rural areas through the valorisation of agricultural residues” organised by the partner of the consortium Bioenergy Europe on 11th June. The webinar will consist of the introduction of the project coordinator Manolis Karampinis, a keynote speech of the MEP Clara Eugenia Aguilera
The Biomass Canada Cluster and the AgroBioHeat project will jointly organize the virtual webinar: “Success stories and lessons learned from the use of agricultural biomass for bioenergy production in the European Union” Wednesday, 5th May 2021, 4 pm CET/10am EDT/7am PDT More information about the webinar is provided in the event flyer To register for the free webinar, please click here Program: 15 min Introduction and setting the scene, Dr. Mahmood Ebadian,
The online “Bringing Value to Agrobiomass” matchmaking event brought value to international connections and the 264 companies, technology providers, scientists, clusters and biomass organisations also brought value to the event. The EU-funded project AgroBioHeat, together with Enterprise Europe Network and several other EU and national projects, organised the two-day event, which hosted more than 280 bilateral meetings. On 10th-11th February,
Food & Bio Cluster Denmark will be exhibiting in the first virtual edition of Low Carbon Agriculture Show – Energy Now Expo 2021 with the project AgroBioHeat. You can join us as co-exhibitor and promote your products or services within bioenergy in the UK market and gain access to potential customers without leaving your office. About the Low Carbon Agriculture Show
Food & Bio Cluster Denmark, in collaboration with Danish Technological Institute and Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, has just released “Straw to Energy – Technologies, policy and innovation in Denmark” – the second edition of its very successful 2011 publication, updated with the latest information about utilising straw for energy purposes. The publication is part of the work done
The AgroBioHeat project is organising a free virtual matchmaking event – Bringing Value to Agrobiomass – on February 10th – 11th, 2021. The aim is to facilitate cooperation on sustainable utilisation of biomass from agriculture and side streams from food production. All over Europe, there is agricultural production of various crops for food and feed and processing of these crops.
Main interest of an Integrated Biomass Logistic Centre (IBLC) in the olive sector is the exploitation of olive prunings. Olive prunings are treated as agricultural residues and mostly burned in open fires or less frequently mulched into soil. However, they can be exploited in various ways and offer added value. One main exploitation method of harvested olive tree prunings (OTP)