The leading source of bioenergy statistics since 2007.

SR23 horizontal 01 Since its debut in 2007, Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Report has provided an in-depth overview of the bioenergy sector across the EU-27.

Enriched every year with new statistics and findings, it gathers unique data on the dynamics of the European bioenergy market from a growing number of international contributors, helping the industry, decision makers, investors and all bioenergy professionals to better assess the situation of bioenergy in Europe.

The Statistical Report provides our members with accurate, up-to-date information on the overall EU energy system, the current state of play of bio-heat and bioelectricity, the availability and dynamics of supply, and much more - including a whole chapter dedicated to statistics on pellet.

Since 2019, a new concept has been developed as Bioenergy Europe publishes seven condensed reports, with each covering one specific sector of bioenergy.

The full reports are free to all Bioenergy Europe members and non-members can gain a sample version of what the reports offer.  Want the full report? Find out how you can become a member today and gain exclusive insights into the bioenergy sector. 

For further information on the Statistical Report please get in touch with a member of the team.

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