The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) is a world class annual event focused on biomass. It combines a highly-respected international scientific conference with an industrial exhibition, which highlights progress in research, technological development and production processes. The event brings together all key specialists to make an important international platform for dialogue between research, industry, research and industry, and policy in the biomass sector.The Technical Programme is coordinated by the European Commission, Joint Research Centre.
Biofuels are transportation fuels derived from agriculture, forestry or other organic feedstocks. Bio-ethanol and biodiesel are the most common biofuels used in transport, although other biofuels are also in use, such as pure vegetable oil and biogas. The main drivers for the production and use of biofuels are the security and diversification of energy supply, reduction of oil imports and dependence on oil, rural development and the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
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The European Commission recognized the best projects in the field of energy efficiency, renewables and clean transport being currently implemented in Europe at a ceremony on June 24 to present the Sustainable Energy Europe & ManagEnergy Awards, held at the start of the EU’s Sustainable Energy Week.
The European Union Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) took place from 23 to 27 June 2014. Launched in 2006 as an initiative of the European Commission, the EUSEW has become a reference point for public authorities, energy agencies, private companies, NGOs and industry associations engaged in helping to meet the EU’s energy and climate goals. This year, the High-Level Policy Conference (HLPC) of the EUSEW featured a dedicated session on “Funding innovative low-carbon technologies: the NER 300 programme” on 26 of June.
The third Progress in Biogas international conference will focus on practical and scientific results from small-scale decentralised biogas systems at a household, farming, industrial, communal and municipal level, in addition to innovations in biogas technologies and techniques. In so doing, the conference aims to contribute to the optimisation of technology, with the overarching aim of making biogas production and use more flexible.
The 5th Nordic Biogas Conference will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland on 27-29 August 2014. The conference is an important platform for the exchange of experience and knowledge in the biogas industry. The conference programme covers various topics, from pre-treatment of substrates for enhanced biogas production to aquatic substrates, landfill gas utilisation and future biogas systems.
The Sustainable Aviation Fuels Forum will focus on recent progress in the field of sustainable fuels for aviation. The event will bring together stakeholders to share their experience, exchange best practices, evaluate emerging issues and to jointly elaborate recommendations for the successful future development of sustainable aviation fuels.