In 2018, the sectors’ turnover represented €57.6 bn in the EU-28. Europe is both the leader in bioenergy technologies manufacturing and major exporter of advanced and innovative equipment and solutions. Yet, bioenergy stakeholders are not aware of how to take advantage of community energy and how to promote their technology through such a cooperative channel with an, in practice, important market size. This is again where BECoop steps in, bringing in knowledge and support to improve the framework and policy conditions to create a strong international bioenergy community. Bioenergy entails a chain of activities and actors ranging from the growing of feedstock to final energy conversion.
(local regulations, incentives, tax reduction, support, etc.)
Actors within the community bioenergy logistic chain
Raw biomass producers (forestry, agro)
Biomass fuels producers (pellets, briquettes bales, chips, etc.)
Final biomass users (individual clients, community housing, etc.)
Transportation/ storage companies
Bioenergy entails a chain of activities and actors ranging from the growing of feedstock to final energy conversion.