Our newest paper on woody biomass for energy production is now published online in English. The paper is clarifying common misconceptions and is debunking myths about the use of forest biomass. We also discuss ifContinue reading
The True Story: Competition for biomass in Europe will not affect forest industry
In recently published article in Biomass and Bioenergy journal, researchers from Finland and Norway found that policy choices will have strong impacts on the allocation of biomass use between heat and power production, and theContinue reading
Next plans of finnish pulp and paper maker – UPM-Kymmene
The main aim of this post is to summarize future plans of UPM Kymmene – pulp and paper maker from Finland.
Biorefinery investment for one-billion-euro in Estonia
Estonian investors plan to build a €1 billion biorefinery. If this plan is completed, it will be the most modern biorefinery in Europe, and the largest ever industry investment in Estonia.
Despite strong renewables policies, the EU is still highly dependent on imported fossil fuels!
Accoding to recently published AEBIOM Statistical Report, in 2014, the average EU-28 energy dependency was 53.4% and this share has been steadily increasing over the last two decades.