In Europe, 83% of the overall final energy consumption on the continent is provided by fossil fuels, mainly oil, coal and gas.

Yet despite the uptake of renewable energies over the past decades, as the economic recovery in 2015 has demonstrated, fossil fuel consumption is capable of increasing even further.

Download the factsheet to learn more about the concept of co-firing and how, under the right circumstances, it could ensure flexibility of fuel supply while both reducing CO2 emissions  and keeping energy price affordable for end consumers.

  • Bioenergy Europe Factsheet: Co-Firing, Clarifying a Concept
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