Bioenergy Europe released its seventh and final chapter of its 2019 Statistical Report in December last year. The report focussed on the bioenergy landscape as a whole and provided the reader with a comprehensive overview on the general EU energy mix including: 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.

  • 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
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  • Contacts

    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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