Bioenergy Europe, released the fifth chapter of its 2019 Statistical Report in July 2019. The report focused on biomass for heat and provided readers with accurate, up-to-date data on the current state of play of bioheat, looking at the heat and renewable heat demand in Europe. It also explored the dynamics and market trends of the final consumption in the residential sector and in the industrial heat processes. 

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    The Policy Brief introduces the readers to key highlights from the report, providing essential information about the role of biofuels in transport decarbonisation, the importance of incentives and investments to accelerate the market deployment of advanced biofuels, as well as Bioenergy Europe's position on the current political debate.

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    Martin Colla
    Market Intelligence Officer
    Bioenergy Europe
    colla@bioenergyeurope.org
    Claudio Caferri
    Communications Advisor
    Bioenergy Europe
    caferri@bioenergyeurope.org
  • About Bioenergy Europe Statistical Report 2019

    Launched in 2007, Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Reports cover bioenergy from different angles and are all being made available online for free.

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