About the Working Group

The Working Group Biopower & CHP was established in 2017 in order to promote the Biopower sector (Power-only & CHP). Biopower has great potential and an important role to play in the development of the EU’s energy system with an increasing share of renewables. The WG offers the possibility to exchange and aims at defining Bioenergy Europe’s position on power related policies. These include the recent Market Design Initiative as well as biopower related issues under the new Renewable Energy Directive. The Working Group is open to all Bioenergy Europe members interested and willing to exchange on biopower.

  • Coordinator

    The Working Group Biopwer & CHP is open to all Bioenergy Europe members and coordinated by Alberto Rocamora.

    Alberto ROCAMORA

     + 32 2 319 47 84
    rocamora@bioenergyeurope.org

  • Latest meeting

    On 12 February 2019 Bioenergy Europe organised a Joint Working Group on Sustainability and Biopower & CHP. Experts and industry representatives gathered to discuss key issues related to the implementation of the sustainability criteria, including the specific provisions related to biopower. Among the other topics, members were presented with the Clean Planet for All: the European Commission's Long Term Strategy as well as the outcomes of the the Internal Electricity Market Design Regulation. Finally, an overview of the 2019 advocacy and communications activities were presented, including the presentation of the recently published factsheet on Bioenergy Carbon Capture and Storage.

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  • Want to join?

    Bioenergy Europe has been a stable companion of bioenergy's largest stakeholders for the last 28 years, across all value chains and technologies. Today, Bioenergy Europe is capable of offering a wide range of services and unparallelled advantages to its members.

    Working Groups (WGs) are restricted to Bioenergy Europe members. However, non-members are welcome to attend as external observers, on a one-off basis and under certain conditions. Bioenergy Europe Secretariat reserves the right to refuse or accept external observers' participation to the WGs.
     
     
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