Bioenergy Europe's 2023 Landscape Statistical Report highlights the crucial role of bioenergy in the EU's renewable landscape. While renewables show resilience, imported fossil fuels remain a concern, posing risks to energy security. Biomass leads as a sustainable alternative, with 10.2% of EU energy consumption. The report advocates for bioenergy in reaching the revised 42.5% renewable energy target for 2030.
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Read the Policy Brief
The report is accompanied by a Policy Brief - a 2-page overview that will introduce you to key highlights from the report as well as Bioenergy Europe's position on the current policy framework for the energy sector and on the requirements for sustainable bioenergy.Download the Policy Brief
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Read the latest Press Release for the Bioenergy Landscape Report 2023.Download the Press Release
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