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TAG

Transnational Advisory Group


Germany
Bundesverband BioEnergie e.V. (BBE) Helmut Lamp
Freie Universität Berlin, Department of Political and Social Science Lutz Mez
Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection Oliver Mellenthin
Austria
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and Water Management Wolfgang Jank
Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology Martina Ammer
Czech Republic
Ministry of Agriculture, Bureau of ecological agriculture and renewable sources of energy (Odbor ekolog. zemědělství a obnovitelných zdrojů energie), Department of renewable energy sources (Odd. obnovitelných zdrojů energie) Ing. Marek Světlík (Deputy director)
Hungary
Ministry of National Development Veronika Erős
Ministry of National Development Hedvig Laczi
Italy
Research Center for Renewable Energies CREAR; c/o Department of Energetics "Sergio Stecco"; Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; University of Florence Dr.Ing.David Chiaramonti
Poland
Institute for Fuels and Renewable Energy (RES) Dr Magdalena Rogulska
EC Baltic Renewable Energy Centre (EC BREC Poland)
Polish Member Committee World Energy Council, Polski Komitet Światowej Rady Energetycznej Dr Jan Soliński
Slovenia
Slovenian Biomass Association Martina Šumenjak Sabol, M.Sc

4Biomass proceedings will be evaluated by a Transnational Advisory Group (TAG) consisting of Associated Partners and important stakeholders from the different countries of Central Europe along the biomass to energy supply chain. In periods of 6 months over the project’s duration (until 11/2011) executive summaries of the project reports and full reports about current development of 4Biomass, planned action and results will be sent to the Transnational Advisory Group (TAG). The TAG is asked to comment on these reports in accordance with their experience. The Commentary will be considered in all work undertaken. Thus it shall be avouched to direct the work of the project into a very practical direction and make results relevant and applicable for stakeholders.

5 TAG consultations will take place. These may be email or phone consultation and invitations to relevant project events and selected Project Partner Meetings.

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This project is implemented through
the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF