Bioenergy Europe is pleased to announce the release of the seventh and final chapter of its 2019 Statistical Report, focusing on the bioenergy landscape as a whole. The report provides the reader with comprehensive overview on the general EU energy mix and 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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Read the Policy Brief
This two-pager includes highlights and a selection of graphs, extracted from the full report providing an overview of the current dynamics of our energy system at a glance.Policy Brief
Read the Press Release
As the European Commission unveils one of its most important long-term strategy ever, setting the ambitious goal to become the first climate-neutral continent by 2050, and the international community reaches a mediocre agreement at COP25, we face the challenging task to re-think our energy system. To reach a 95% cut in emissions by 2050 in EU28, effective policies and measures guiding us in the right direction should be put in place.Press release
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