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25 November 2021 | 00:30 To 12:00

Working Group Competitiveness

On 25 November, 9:30 - 12:00 (CET), join Bioenergy Europe live in Brussels for our second Working Group Competitiveness in 2021.


The Working Group Competitiveness aims to present and discuss the main EU legislative acts and market trends that determine the competitiveness of the bioenergy industry in the EU. In this framework, the “Fit for 55” package, which entails the comprehensive reform of carbon pricing in the EU, may be a game changing factor.

During our meeting in Brussels, discussions will focus on:

  • Carbon pricing in the EU (ETS and ETD)
  • Legal framework governing the state aid (CEEAG and GBER)
  • Energy prices crisis and ‘EU Toolbox’

We are eager to welcome our members in Brussels, but, due to the travel restrictions related to the current epidemiological situation, some sessions will be held in hybrid form.

COVID 19 measures: all attendees will be required to provide an EU Digital COVID Certificate or a negative COVID-19 PCR Test before entering the venue. More information here.

These events are free of charge and directed to Bioenergy Europe members.
Observers are welcome at the discretion of Bioenergy Europe: if you wish to participate as an observer, please contact Corinna Sala

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