Bioenergy Europe's 2023 Bioheat report highlights the key role that biomass plays in the production of renewable heat and provides the reader with detailed data in this regard. The data covers a range of indicators such as consumption by member states, fuels used, the role of biomass in industrial heat production and decentralised heating systems.
Through this report, readers will become aware of the importance of heating in the EU27 energy mix, both industrial and residential, but also of the versatility of biomass when it comes to meeting these needs.
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The Policy Brief provides an overview on the effect that biomass will have in the decarbonisation of the domestic and industrial sector. It also highlights the importance of market incentives to foster a switch to renewables, promote biomass district heating, as well as Bioenergy Europe's position on the current political debate.Download the Policy Brief
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