Bioenergy Europe's 2023 Report on Bioelectricity unveils the role of bioelectricity for energy transition, providing the reader with detailed data analysis on current dynamics of electricity, renewable and not, with a focus on electricity produced from biomass (bioelectricity). Most of the figures included in the report are filtered by country, helping policy makers and investors to better calibrate their decision-making.

Questions relevant to the bioenergy industry will be raised and answered from within this report: Which fuels do we use? What are the carbon footprints from electricity generation in different countries? What role do different renewables play?

Bioenergy Europe's 2022 Report on Bioelectricity can be found here.

  • Download the Bioelectricity Report

    Bioenergy Europe members are able to read the full report within the members area.

    Not a member? You can still gain an insight into the Statistical Report Bioelectricity by downloading the sample below.

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  • About Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Reports

    Launched in 2007, Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Reports provide accurate and up-to-date information on a variety of segments from within the bioenergy sector, outlining availability and dynamics of supply. 

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    The verification scheme SURE (SUstainable REsources Verification Scheme) was developed for the supply chains of solid and gaseous biofuels according to the requirements of EU Renewable Energy Directive recast (RED II).

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    Jérémie Geelen
    Market Intelligence Manager
    Bioenergy Europe

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