Bioenergy Europe releases its seventh and final chapter of its 2020 Statistical Report. The report focusses on the bioenergy landscape as a whole and provides the reader with a comprehensive overview on the general EU energy mix including: the different energy sources in EU28, the role of bioenergy, the type of biomass, the distribution in the different final sectors, the socio-economic aspects, the GHG emissions and much more.
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