Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets

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We support sound bioenergy development driven by well-informed decisions in the forestry, agriculture and energy sectors as well as in investment institutions and government agencies.  We address critical issues for deployment of sustainable biomass and bioenergy supply chains, including social, economic and environmental outcomes of feedstock production and supply.

Announcements & Events

“Consequences for climate and bioenergy of land sector carbon accounting under the Paris Agreement.”  Co-hosted by IEA Bioenergy Task 38, Task 43 and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.  Ultuna Campus, SLU, Uppsala, Sweden.  August 29-30, 2018.
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“Governing sustainability of bioenergy, biomaterial and bioproduct supply chains from forest and agricultural landscapes.” International conference — Copenhagen, Denmark. April 17-19, 2018.
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Letter concerning debate on Forests, Bioenergy and Climate mitigation.  January 2018.  To view letter click here

Latest Publications

Outline of a sustainable and efficient bioenergy policy framework.  IEA Bioenergy Task 43 TR2018-02

How to Analyse Ecosystem Services in Landscapes.  IEA Bioenergy  ExCo 2018:03

Stump Harvesting for Bioenergy: A review of climatic and environmental impacts in northern Europe and America.  Persson T. and Egnell G.  2018.  WIREs Energy and Environment.

Feasibility of verifying sustainable forest management principles for secondary feedstock to produce wood pellets for co-generation of electricity in the Netherlands

Survey in Support of Planning of Work in WP1 in the 2017-2018 Period – Results report

Stump Harvesting – Impact on Climate and Environment

Climate Impact Assessment of Forest Bioenergy Affected by Decomposition Modelling-Comparison of the Q and YASSO Models

Albedo Effects of Biomass Production: A Review

Mobilization of Agricultural Residues for Bioenergy and Higher Value Bio-Products: Resources, Barriers and Sustainability


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