1st of May 2012
Central European Bioenergy Centres in Poland
Author / Source: IEN
Currently three institutions are nominated as Central European Bioenergy Centre in Poland:
1. Institute of Power Engineering, Warsaw
In 2011, during the 4BIOMASS Transnational Forum, the Institute of Power Engineering was nominated to the Central European Bioenergy Centre.
On behalf of the Institute the CEBC nominations received Hanna Bartoszewicz-Burczy. The Institute of Power Engineering (IEN) is a state owned R&D centre established in 1953 year, and currently employs above 500 skilled employees in central Warsaw Unit as well as 6 branches in different part of Poland: Gdansk, Bialystok, Boguchwa┼éa, ┼ü├│d┼║, Radom and Rzeszow. IEN is the largest energy research institute in Poland.
2. Automotive Industry Institute PIMOT, Warsaw
The Automotive Industry Institute PIMOT was found by Polish Council of Ministers in 1972 as Research and Development unit.
The Renewable Energy Department in Automotive Industry Institute PIMOT has been nominated to the Central European Bioenergy Centre (CEBC), during the 4BIOMASS conference in March 2012 in Berlin.
3. Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Pulawy
The Institute conducts research on the crop production, soil science and fertilisation and crop for energy purposes (solid biomass, biogas and biofuels). A team of specialists in renewable energy sources work on research projects on estimation of biomass potential and environmental consequences and energy crop cultivation.
The Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation has been nominated to the Central European Bioenergy Centre, during the 4BIOMASS conference in Berlin, March 2012.
All three institutes provide a wide range of consultancy and advice services on all bioenergy related issues.
For more information about the Polish CEBCs please click here [pdf].
This project is implemented through
the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF