Bioenergy Europe's 2022 Report on Bioelectricity unveils the role of bioelectricity for energy transition, providing the reader with detailed data analysis on current dynamics of electricity, renewable and not, with a focus on electricity produced from biomass (bioelectricity). Most of the figures included in the report are filtered by country, helping policy makers and investors to better calibrate their decision-making.

Questions relevant to the bioenergy industry will be raised and answered from within this report: Which fuels do we use? What are the carbon footprints from electricity generation in different countries? What role do different renewables play?

  • Bioelectricity in the EU

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    Bioenergy Europe members are able to read the full report within the members area.

    Not a member? You can still gain an insight into the Statistical Report Bioelectricity by downloading the sample below.

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  • About Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Reports

    Launched in 2007, Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Reports provide accurate and up-to-date information on a variety of segments from within the bioenergy sector, outlining availability and dynamics of supply. 

     

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  • Contacts

    Jérémie Geelen
    Market Intelligence Assistant
    Bioenergy Europe
    geelen@bioenergyeurope.org 

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