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26 October 2021 | 14:00 To 16:00

Energy Intensive Industry: Using Biomass to Reach Carbon Neutrality by 2050

The decarbonisation of the Energy Intensive Industry, which is a substantial European CO2 emitter, can offer a significant contribution to the European climate ambitions.


In this context, Bioenergy Europe organises a free webinar to inform the industry about how bioenergy can contribute to the decarbonisation efforts of energy-intensive industrial sectors like steel, cement, glass, chemicals, fertilizers, etc.

On that day, the participating companies will get an overview on the most important aspects of biomass (wood chips, wood pellets, agro-biomass, waste) usage and be provided with political/regulatory, technical, supply, and financial insights. On top of that, participants will enjoy the opportunity to extensively discuss in small virtual groups with the support of key experts.

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Please note this event is directed to companies, however, other entities are welcome at the discretion of Bioenergy Europe. Should you like to participate or for any other inquiries, please get in touch with Francisco Lourenco Matias.

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Our Networks

  • The international platform for everyone involved in biomass torrefaction and carbonization.

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  • Represents the interests of the wood pellect sector to ensure its sustainable developement.

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Our Certification Schemes

  • The first international certification scheme for wood chips and hog fuel. A 12-class scheme addressing every profile of producer and end-user, from industrial to domestic use.

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  • The world-leading, transparent and independent certification scheme for wood pellets. From production to delivery, ENplus® guarantees quality and combat fraud along the entire supply chain.

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  • enSURE Compliance with RED II Sustainability Requirements for the Production of Electricity, Heating and Cooling from Biomass.

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