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8th of February 2011

4Biomass contributions to the Central European Biomass Conference in Graz 27/28 Jan 2011

The project partner of 4Biomass presented first findings of the online questionnaire on bioenergy political frameworks by a poster contribution at the Central European Biomass Conference in Graz on 27 and 28 January 2011. The questionnaire was conducted by the project partners of 4Biomass in the year 2010 for Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia. The results are a summary of the opinion of bioenergy experts in Central Europe on their national political bioenergy frameworks.

Poster with findings from the online questionnaire

At the poster session, a member of the Austrian TAG (Transnational Advisory Group), Ms. Martina Ammer got to know the results in a discussion with Kerstin Schilcher, project coordinator at AEA for 4Biomass, explaining the quantitative method used and the main outcomes.

Kerstin Schilcher and Martina Ammer

In addition to the poster, Adam Gula from the AGH held a presentation on his ideas of biomass supporting schemes for Poland. He proposes to use solid biomass locally in small-scale heating systems instead of supporting big heating plants with a big Einzugsgebiete. He included results of the stakeholder questionnaire into his presentation as an argument for his ideas. Mr Gula’s presentation is available in to upload here.

The findings of the stakeholder questionnaire had been subject of an internal project workshop taking place in Graz ahead of the CEBC. The project partners discussed the outcomes of the questionnaire. The conclusions will be summarised in a final report available in June 2011.

The 4Biomass group at the Central European Biomass Conferenc:

f.l.t.r.: Vito Pignatelli, ENEA; Claudia Lutsyuk, FNR; Vincenzo Alfano, ENEA; Dorottya Hujber, EC Hungary; Arkadiusz Figorski and Tomasz Mirowski, AGH; Hanna Burczy, IEN; Kerstin Schilcher, AEA; Peter Ujhelyi, EC Hungary, Adam Gula, AGH



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