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Bioenergy4Business has several sister projects you might be interested in. Here is a short description of each project – and a link to its webpage.



Seemla logoThe main objective of the H2020 funded EU project SEEMLA (acronym for “Sustainable exploitation of biomass for bioenergy from marginal lands”) is the establishment of suitable innovative land-use strategies for a sustainable production of plant-based energy on marginal lands while improving general ecosystem services. The use of marginal lands (MagL) could contribute to the mitigation of the fast growing competition between traditional food production and production of renewable bio-resources on arable lands.


The SolidStandard project addresses ongoing and recent developments related to solid biofuel quality and sustainability issues, in particular the development of related standards and certifications systems.


BioRES aims at introducing the innovative concept of Biomass Logistic and Trade Centres (BLTCs) in Serbia, Croatia and Bulgaria based on international cooperation with European technology leaders. The BLTCs as regional hubs will help increasing local supply and demand for woody bioenergy products.


BASIS aims at interacting with bioenergy project developers and investors, providing them a comprehensive view on the sustainable supply and competition for wood for wood chips boilers, using intuitive maps of NUTS2 regions of all EU27 member states. Information on wood supply potential combined with existing use of wood chips and sustainability aspects influencing such supply is processed on the basis of a sound methodology.


 The Cross Border Bioenergy project aims at supporting companies to analyse markets attractiveness in Europe and support their decision making process to invest in other countries.


The purpose of the FROnT project is to promote a level playing field for Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC) in Europe and to develop strategies for its greater deployment.


The SmartReFlex project aims at increasing the diffusion of smart and flexible district heating and cooling (DHC) systems, basing on high shares of renewable energy sources (RES), in European cities.


The STRATEGO project aims at helping national and local authorities develop enhanced Heating & Cooling plans.


The W2E project focuses on the potential to improve the sustainable management of waste in Europe’s regions, and to produce energy from waste. The project brings together eight regional partners from across the European Union with the overall aim of exchanging knowledge and good practice about techniques for energy recovery from waste, and to develop regional action plans to improve levels of energy recovery.


RE-SEEties is a two-year long project to address the problem of inefficient resource use in cities. The goal is to help municipalities develop integrated waste-and-energy solutions, in order to create resource efficient urban communities.


The ResH Policy project was divided into four basic sections in order to address all objectives and to achieve the aims. The work program starts with determining the policy background in the participating Member States and continues with setting national RESH/C targets. The project further assesed national policy options for RESH/C and also provided options for policy harmonization.


The key objective of the project European Pellet Quality Certification is to create and implement an ambitious and uniform certification system for pellets in Europe, called “ENplus”, which will be used both by the heat and the power markets, for intra-European trade but also for imports.


The project’s objective was to measurably increase the production and use of biomethane for transport, heat and electricity by addressing the most hindering barriers to biomethane deployment in the EU, both in forerunner and starter countries.


The main objective of the CEUBIOM (Classification of European Biomass Potential for Bioenergy Using Terrestrial and Earth Observations) project is to develop a common methodology for gathering information on biomass potential using terrestrial and earth observations. This objective will be achieved by the implementation of a systematic assessment work plan and will result in the establishment of a harmonised approach and an e-training tool for dissemination.


The EUBIONET III project aimed to increase the use of biomass based fuel in the EU by finding ways to overcome market barriers.


The BiomassTradeCentreII project aimed at increasing the production and the use of energy from wood biomass by organising motivation events that engaged identified target groups to invest in biomass business and biomass logistic and trade centres (BLTC) in 9 EU countries.


The BAP Driver project aims at identifying ways for improvement of current national policy frameworks for bioenergy in Europe, and at leveraging the process of developing country-specific Biomass Action Plans (BAP) which are now integrated in the NREAP.