About the Working Group

The Working Group Domestic Heating was created in 2012 in order to promote biomass in the domestic heating sector. In the framework of the EU’s long-term decarbonisation strategy, tackling the heating and cooling (H&C) sector is getting more and more attention. Biomass can offer a wide range of sustainable solutions, including in the residential sector. The key topics discussed by the WG include building regulations, air emissions and stoves & boilers certifications. This WG is open to all Bioenergy Europe's members willing to understand and exchange on domestic heating related policies.

Key topics

  • Greening domestic heating
  • Technology and market updates
  • Air quality
  • Energy efficiency and energy labelling
  • Next Working Group?

    21  September 2022 at 14:30-17:00 (CEST)

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  • Meet the coordinator

    The Working Group Domestic Heating is open to all Bioenergy Europe members and coordinated by Irene DI PADUA.

    Contacts:
    dipadua@bioenergyeurope.org
    +32 2 318 60 99
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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 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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