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18th of March 2010

Presentations from the 4Biomass and Bioenergy Promotion conference in Berlin

Presentations from the Capacity Development Workshop: Strategies to support sustainable bioenergy use in the framework of Renewable Energy Action Plans (REAPs) (Berlin, 11.03.2010)

Session 1: Introduction and framework

  1. EU policy framework

  2. by Emese Kottasz, DG Energy and Transport, European Commission

  3. Sustainable biomass mobilisation - Risks and opportunities

  4. by Sybille Tempel, Environmental Policy Research Centre, Germany

  5. Sustainability principles and criteria for biomass– preliminary results from the Bioenergy Promotion project

  6. by Lena Hjulfors / Christel Gustafsson, Swedish Board of Agriculture

  7. Policy options to integrate principles and criteria for sustainable bioenergy into national policy frameworks

  8. by Michael Krug, Environmental Policy Research Centre, Germany

Session 2: Good practice policies promoting efficient biomass use

  1. Feed-in tariff systems: Germany

  2. by Jan Seven, Federal Environment Agency, Germany

  3. Countries with Renewable energy certificate systems: Italy

  4. by Emanuele Scoditti, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA)

  5. Promoting cascading uses and industrial symbiosis

  6. by Tyge Kjaer, Roskilde University

Session 3: Poster session: Good practice policies and measures promoting sustainable biomass mobilization

  1. Promotion of sustainable energy cropping and synergies between biomass production and biodiversity

  2. By Christoph Strauss, Thuringian State Authority for Agriculture

Session 4: Policies promoting sustainable biogas production and use

  1. Policies promoting sustainable biogas use in stationary applications

  2. By Suzana Domjan, Slovenian Energy Restructuring Agency (ApE)

  3. Policies supporting biogas injection into natural gas grids

  4. By Sandra Rostek, German Energy Agency (dena)

  5. Promotion of sustainable biogas production and use: good practices from European Cities

  6. By Sylwia Klatka (Convoco)

Presentations from the workshop „Sustainability certification systems for transport biofuels and bioliquids - Outline of different approaches to certification systems and discussion of first practical experiences of implementation in EU Member States” (Berlin, 12.03.2010)

Chaired by: Petr Tluka, CZ Biom - Czech Biomass Association

  1. EU Sustainability criteria for biofuels and liquids: short overview of the 2009/28/EC and current situation of implementation

  2. by Birger Kerckow, Agency for Renewable Resources

Examples of national strategies & measures on the implementation of sustainability criteria for biofuels

  1. Germany

  2. by Dr. Hans-JĂĽrgen Froese, Ministry of Food, Agriculture & Consumer Protection

  3. Sweden

  4. by Matti Parikka, Swedish Energy Agency

  5. Poland

  6. by Magdalena Rogulska, Institute for Fuels and Renewable Energy IF&RE Polish Technology Platform for Biofuels

Verification of compliance and enforcement

  1. Overview about different certification systems

  2. by Aino Martikainen, Agency for Renewable Resources

  3. Requirements on certification systems in Germany (German approach)

  4. by Karl-Heinz Schnau, Federal Office for Agriculture and Food

  5. International Sustainability and Carbon Certification

  6. by Dr. Jan Henke, ISCC

  7. Renewable Fuels Agency (British approach)

  8. by Dr. Keeley Bignal, RFA

  9. Sustainability requirements – Position of an NGO

  10. by Martina Fleckenstein, WWF

Practical Experiences on implementation level

  1. Agricultural perspective

  2. by Dr. Marcus Mergenthaler, BCS Ă–ko-Garantie GmbH

  3. Trade with agricultural products/ biofuels

  4. by Guido Seedler, German Raiffeisen Association

  5. Rape seed oil processing

  6. by Dr. Helmut Aniol, Ă–lmĂĽhle Anklam (Oil mill Anklam)

  7. Status quo of RED implementation in the EU – industry viewpoint

  8. by Dr. Gloria Gaupmann, European Bioethanol Fuel Association



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