We consider Bioenergy Europe as the leading EU-wide stakeholder for all biomass and bioenergy issues. Through participation in Bioenergy Europe, we can reach new audiences for its research results, identify new opportunities for international and European collaboration and establish links with policy makers.
Program Development Manager
As a public entity, we are very happy with Bioenergy Europe and the role its plays in the advocacy landscape for bioenergy. As an applied energy research institute, having access to up to date knowledge – on all aspects of bioenergy - is key to retaining a leading position. Lastly, Bioenery Europe's conferences provide very good opportunities to network and meet the leading bioenergy business players in EU.
AIEL is deeply convinced of the importance of Bioenergy Europe's work in Brussels. A common voice for the bioenergy sector with the aim to develop a sustainable bioenergy market based on fair business conditions is a key element also for all national associations.
Bioenergy Europe has a key advocacy role for our association with its strong presence and contacts in Brussels. It also provides a great platform to exchange information and ideas with other associations and key market players in the EU. We have a common goal to promote the use of sustainable bioenergy and
thereby to move away from fossil-fuel based economy in Europe.
Head, Industrial Bioenergy Systems unit
For us, it is very important to be a member of Bioenergy Europe, and their IBTC network. They play a key role on the European scene to foster bioenergy innovations and markets. We benefit from up-to-date information on many issues, which helps us formulating and revising our RTD and innovation strategy. The member area provides us with a lot of data that is very valuable to us. We feel part of a big family with shared interests along the complete project and product life cycles, and covering all aspects of bioenergy.
What are the benefits of joining Bioenergy Europe?
Bioenergy Europe (formerly known as AEBIOM) is the common voice of the bioenergy sector aiming to develop a sustainable bioenergy market based on fair business conditions. Bioenergy Europe is a non-profit, Brussels-based international organisation founded in 1990 that brings together around 40 associations and 90 companies, as well as academic and research institutes, from all across Europe.