About the Working Group

Created in 2012, following the Commission’s proposal on the Energy Taxation Directive (2003/96/EC) revision, this working group provides the platform that enables our members to thrive within a supportive business environment.  Providing formulating and disseminating topics on Bioenergy Europe’s common positions on EU competitiveness related legislation.

Key topics

  • Energy Taxation (possible Directive revision);
  • Guidelines on State Aid for Environmental Protection
  • Energy and EU Industrial Policy strategy
  • Previous working group?

    The last working group took place on the 17th March 2020 as part of European Bioenergy Future 2020 (EBF2020).

     

     

  • Join the conversation

    At Bioenergy Europe we are committed to providing our members with the latest information from within the bioenergy sector. From working groups through to workshops, we have created an array of benefits that will enable our members to be at the forefront of sector developments.

    Interested in finding out more? #bepartofbioenergy and join the conversation today!

     

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  • Meet the coordinator

    The Working Competitiveness is open to all Bioenergy Europe members and coordinated by Michał DŁUGOSZ.

    Contact:
    dlugosz@bioenergyeurope.org
    +32 2 319 47 84

Our Networks

  • The international platform for everyone involved in biomass torrefaction and carbonization.

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  • Represents the interests of the wood pellect sector to ensure its sustainable developement.

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Our Certification Schemes

  • The first international certification scheme for wood chips and hog fuel. A 12-class scheme addressing every profile of producer and end-user, from industrial to domestic use.

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  • The world-leading, transparent and independent certification scheme for wood pellets. From production to delivery, ENplus® guarantees quality and combat fraud along the entire supply chain.

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  • enSURE Compliance with RED II Sustainability Requirements for the Production of Electricity, Heating and Cooling from Biomass.

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