3rd of February 2010
Promoting sustainable bioenergy production and use â€“ Challenges ahead for EU wide implementation of RES Directive 2009/28/EC
Berlin, 11th and 12th March 2010
conducted in the frame of the two EU-projects â€śBioenergy Promotionâ€ť and â€ś4Biomassâ€ť.
You can view presentations from the conference here
As the EU Directive 2009/28/EC requires EU Member States to adopt national Renewable Energy Action Plans (REAPs), this workshop will focus on policy options to support sustainable bioenergy production and use in the framework of the REAPs.
11th March 2010:
From Renewable Energy Directive to national REAPPolicy Options to support sustainable bioenergy production with focus on stationary applications for generating heat, cold and electricity
12th March 2010:
Sustainability certification systems for transport biofuels and bioliquidsOutline of different approaches to certification systems and discussion of first practical experiences of implementation in EU Member States
The workshop addresses decision-makers representing national governments and governmental authorities from the Baltic Sea Region and Central Europe, in particular those involved in the elaboration of REAPs and working on sustainability issues. It will provide a platform for an in-depth exchange of opinion and good practices from 15 different countries.
The EU-projects â€śBioenergy Promotionâ€ť and â€ś4Biomassâ€ť aim to promote the sustainable production, mobilisation and use of biomass in the Baltic Sea Region and Central Europe. We are looking forward to your participation and the discussions.
You can view the agenda in here.
This project is implemented through
the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF