Conditions and tools for broader adoption of community bioenergy in Europe
Bioenergy is one of many renewable energy sources (RES) available to help meet increasing energy demands. Deriving from living organic materials, it is an RES that can be used to produce electricity, heat, fuels and various other products. However, compared to other RES, bioenergy has a slower development pace in the decentralised energy production which is a model that is set to play a crucial role in the future of the energy transition in the EU. The ambition of the EU-funded BECoop project is to foster a broad deployment of bioenergy technologies across Europe, by providing the necessary conditions and support tools for unlocking the underlying market potential of community bioenergy. The project also hopes to create links with the international bioenergy community and foster new partnerships.
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action
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