On 9 June, Bioenergy Europe and Bioenergy International co-organized a webinar, where stakeholders of the bioenergy industry exchanged on the Renewable Energy Directive (REDII) implementation status across the EU27 and received practical guidance on demonstrating compliance with the sustainability requirements.

During the webinar, participants heard from Engie and Magnon Green Energy about their experience in implementing these criteria and learned from Sustainable Resources Verification Scheme (SURE) and Sustainable Business Program (SBP) how to demonstrate compliance with the sustainability requirements through voluntary schemes. European bioenergy users and producers also had the opportunity to discuss specific national issues with experts in dedicated breakout rooms, for a selection of EU countries.

Bioenergy Europe and Bioenergy International thank again all speakers for their valuable contributions and participants for the lively discussion.

Speakers were:

  • Adam Sarnaszek, Polish Pellet Council 
  • Agné Babelyté, LITBIOMA 
  • Daniel Reinemann, Bioenergy Europe 
  • Esther Bustillo Vazquez, ENGIE  
  • Hannes Tuohiniitty, Bioenergia Finland 
  • Irene Carrascón Iglesias, Magnon Green Energy 
  • Irene di Padua, Bioenergy Europe 
  • Jean-Marc Jossart, Bioenergy Europe 
  • Kjell Andersson, Svebio
  • Nicolas Viart, Sustainable Biomass Program (SBP)
  • Pablo Rodero Masdemont, AVEBIOM 
  • Thomas Siegmund, Sustainable Resources Verification Scheme (SURE)

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