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JRC Workshop on Bioenergy & Bioeconomy, Status & Perspectives

The JRC international workshop on Bioenergy and Bioeconomy was held on 16-18 December 2015 in Kibbutz Hagoshrim, Galilee, Israel. The event was organized by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission and MIGAL Galilee Research Institute, and gathered participants from Israel, Netherlands, Italy, Albania, Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia and Portugal.

The following topics were presented and discussed during the workshop:

  • Bioenergy, Bioeconomy & innovation Policies, cooperation between research, industry and SMEs, role of public support mechanisms 
  • Green Bioenergy &Biogas production from different agro-sources
  • Integrated use of biomass resources for bioenergy and/or food,  and biomaterials
  • Environmental impact assessment of the collection & use of waste and/or residues for bioenergy use, especially regarding the impact on soil & water,
  • Waste management

This Workshop addressed international cooperation in the field of bioenergy and bioeconomy and included also round-table discussions, aiming at enhancing scientific collaboration. Following the presentations and round-table discussions, a study-tour was held to the wastewater treatment plant at “Dalton Winery”, to “Amiad Filtration Systems" and to the Shafdan Complex of MEKOROT.  

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Wednesday, December 16, 2015 - 09:00 to Friday, December 18, 2015 - 17:00
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Kibbutz Hagoshrim, Galilee, Israel

Use of Agricultural Residues for Bioenergy Workshop

This Workshop was organised by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission in cooperation with the Scientific Engineering Centre "Biomass” from Ukraine, the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine and the IEA Bioenergy Task 43 on Biomass feedstocks for energy markets

This Meeting is an activity performed within the framework of the 2014 Joint Research Centre Enlargement/Integration/Neighbourhood Countries Programme. Within this Programme, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) develops a scientific and technical cooperation with non EU countries (research organisations, public administration bodies, national laboratories and scientists) which intends to facilitate scientific and technical exchange.

This Workshop addressed international cooperation in the field of bioenergy and focused on Ukraine and Europe (European Union, New Member States, Candidate Countries, Neighbouring Countries), especially regarding the use of agriculture residues for bioenergy. It was organised at JRC level by the REMM (Renewable Energy Mapping and Monitoring) Action of the JRC Institute for Energy and Transport (Renewable Energy Unit), (see http://iet.jrc.ec.europa.eu/remea).
 

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Thursday, September 25, 2014 - 09:00 to Friday, September 26, 2014 - 18:00
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Kiev, Ukraine

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Session 1
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Status of Bioenergy in Ukraine: Resources, Technologies, Market development (G. Geletukha, UABIO-SECB, Ukraine)1.04 MB
European Commission JRC activities in the field of Renewable Energy Mapping & Monitoring (N. Scarlat, EC-JRC)6.28 MB
Status of bioenergy in Danube Region countries (Manjola Banja, EC-JRC)1.12 MB
Development & Status of the use of Agricultural Residues for Energy in Denmark (I. Stupak, University of Copenhagen, DK)640.29 KB
Sustainability issues related to straw used for energy in Denmark (N. Scott Bentsen, University of Copenhagen, DK)722.17 KB
Prospects for the use of agricultural crop residues for energy production in Ukraine (T. Zheliezna, Bioenergy Ass. of Ukr.)4.03 MB
Use of Agricultural Residues for Bioenergy in the Galilee (U. Marchaim, Galilee Research Institute, Israel)1.44 MB
Status of Bioenergy and use of crop residues in Serbia (M. Martinov, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)2.11 MB
IEA Bioenergy activities (K. W. Kwant, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands)2.11 MB
Some EU research activities in bioenergy: S2Biom & Biotrade2020plus projects (L. Iriarte, INAAS, Germany)1.28 MB
Status of bioenergy in FYROM (O. Chukaliev, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences & Food, Skopje, FYROM)1.93 MB
Status of bioenergy in Turkey (H. Olgun, University of Ege, Turkey)3.46 MB
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Netherlands Sustainable Biomass Program (K. W. Kwant, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, NL)1.75 MB
Bioenergy from residues and crops in Ukraine. Opportunities and challenges (W. H. Elbersen, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands)2.96 MB
Utilization of agricultural waste/residuals for biogas and biomethane production (Y. Matveev, Bioenergy Ass. of Ukraine)1.66 MB
High yield bioenergy crops for biofuels production in Ukraine (M. Gumentyk, Institute of Bioenergy Crops & Sugar Beet, Ukr.)2.55 MB
Prospects for the growing & use of energy crops in Ukraine (O. Tryboi, Institute of Engineering Thermophysics of NASU, Ukr.)1.51 MB
Experience of energy willow production in the western regions of Ukr. (I. Gnap, «Salix Energy» Ltd, Bioenergy Ass. of Ukr.)1.59 MB
Practical legal aspects for implementation under "green" tariff (M. Sysoiev, Marchenko Danevych law firm, Kyiv, Ukraine)841.5 KB
Integrated use of bioenergy conversion technologies in agroecosystems (G. Golub, NULES of Ukraine)3.86 MB
Activities of the European Bank of Reconstruction & Development in the field of energy in Ukraine (T. Markuta, EBRD, Ukr.)1 MB
Modern standards & quality classes of solid biofuels from oil-seed and crop residues (T. Ignatenko, Ukrainian Pellet Union)1.24 MB
Principles & backgrounds of agrarian solid biofuels certification (V. Bunetskyi, "T.S.I. Group")571.39 KB
Are residues available for energy production? (A. Kojakovic, Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar, Zagreb, Croatia)3.14 MB
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Annex: CEA activities in the field of bioenergy - Focus on gasification and crop residues (C. Dupont, CEA, France)2.3 MB
Annex: Energy Planning & Biomass Field (C. De Carolis, Project, Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy)4.37 MB

From bioenergy demand to air quality and health effects: challenges and opportunities

The goal of this event in Vienna was to address for the Danube region synergies in economic, environmental or social issues with a multilateral dimension.

The event included several parallel technical workshops on the JRC flagship clusters on 24-25 June, including one workshop on Air and Bioenergy.

An interactive high-level event with representatives of Science Ministries of the Danube Region took place on 25 June presenting three concrete examples of scientific support JRC is giving in the frame of the Danube strategy: Data infrastructure, Water, and Bioenergy.

  • Session 1: Joint Workshop on Air and Bioenergy
  • Session 2: Bioenergy Workshop
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - 13:00 to Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - 11:00
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Aula der Wissenschaften, Wollzeile 27a, 1010 Vienna

 

Session 1
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JRC activities in the field of renewable energy mapping & monitoring and presentation..., (F.Monforti, JRC IET)7.5 MB
The Danube Region Biomass Action Plan, (S. Árvay, EU Strategy for the Danube Region (PA2), Ministry Foreign Affairs Hungary)1.61 MB
Transport of biomass on the Danube River, (B.Matzner, Viadonau, Vienna)5.04 MB
Estimating sources of air pollutants in the Danube Basin, (C.Belis, JRC, IES, Unit Air and Climate)769.96 KB
Mapping present and future emissions of air pollutants in the Danube Region (M. Muntean, JRC, IES, Unit Air and Climate)2.49 MB
Is children's health affected by particulate air pollutants in the Danube area? (L. Gribaldo, JRC, IHCP)1.67 MB
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INCONET-Danube Project and S2BIOM Project, (P.Canciani, Central European Initiative, Trieste)1.33 MB
Bioenergy in Serbia, M. Martinov, University of Novi Sad7.79 MB
Bioenergy in Ukraine, (G.Gelethuka, Scientific Engineering Centre for Biomass (SECB), Ukraine)1 MB
Regional Sustainable Energy Policy Project (RESTEP), (L.Pacek, Czech University of Life Sciences)1.62 MB
Bavaria experience in the field of bioenergy, (W.Ortinger, Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture & Forestry, Munich)700.47 KB
Research activities in Bioenergy at BOKU, (A.Gronauer, A.Bauer, Institute of Agricultural Engineering, BOKU)2.17 MB

Workshop on International Cooperation in the Field of Bioenergy

On 22-23 October 2013, the Joint Research Centre organised in close cooperation with the Kurchatov Institute and the Russian Bioenergy Platform a Technical Workshop in Moscow on the topic of International Cooperation in the field of bioenergy. This Workshop was organised by the Institute for Energy & Transport, Renewable Energy Unit within the framework of the JRC Programme with Enlargement/Integration/Neighbouring Countries. It was attended by about 30 experts from Russia, the European Union (France, Slovak Republic, Germany, Austria, Finland, Croatia…) and non EU countries such as Turkey, Serbia, Albania, Ukraine, Moldova. The main topics addressed in relation to bioenergy were biomass feedstock availability, biomass conversion, bioenergy sustainability & certification, bioenergy markets & policies. This event benefited from the contribution of international institutions (UNDP, International Energy Agency) and associations (European Biomass Association AEBIOM,) and from the support of the EU Delegation. With policy drivers such as rural development, bioenergy is a field of cooperation between Russia and the EU due for example to Russia pellets production or other uses of forestry resources. Biorefinery activities for integrated wood processing with advanced conversion methods were identified as a field of technical & scientific cooperation and exchange.
 

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 09:00 to Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 18:00
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Vivaldi Hall, Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel, Moscow, Russia

 

Session 1
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Bioenergy in Russia: Resources, Technologies and Development Priorities(R. Vasilov, NRC Kurchatov Institute)2.46 MB
European Commission Joint Research Centre activities in the field of Renewable Energy (F. Monforti, European Commission JRC)3.37 MB
International Energy Agency (IEA) Biofuels & Bioenergy Technology Roadmaps (J. Spitzer, IEA Bioenergy, Austria)1.4 MB
Prospects for Bioenergy Develop (P. Trushevsky, Ministry for Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation)249.8 KB
AEBIOM Activities and Recent Trends in the field of Pellets (G. Gauthier, European Pellet Council, AEBIOM, Brussels)2.66 MB
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Life Cycle Assessment of the use of solid biomass for electricity (H. Fehrenbach, IFEU, Heidelberg)1 MB
State of the Art and Prospects of Bioenergy Development in Ukraine (G. Geletukha, Bioenergy Association of Ukraine)302.24 KB
Status of Bioenergy in Turkey (H. Olgun, University of Ege, Izmir)3.5 MB
Status of Bioenergy in Serbia (D. Dakic, University of Novi Sad)4.37 MB
Status of Bioenergy in Croatia (B. Cosic, University of Zagreb)1.6 MB
Status of Bioenergy in Moldova (N. Zaharia, United Nations Development Programme, Chisinau)1001.99 KB
CEA activities in the field of bioenergy: focus on gasification (C. Dupont, CEA, Grenoble)2.21 MB
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Finnish-Russian bioenergy cooperation (T. Karjalainen, S. Karvinen, Finnish Forest Research Institute, Metla)2.24 MB
Status of Bioenergy in Slovakia (M. Oravec, National Forest Centre - Forest Research Institute, Slovak Republic)152.06 KB
State of Bioenergy in Albania (O. Jaupaj, Politechnic Univ. Instit. of Energy- M. Banja, JRC-EC, IET, Renewable Energy Unit)1.87 MB
Wood Biorefinering (E. Akim, Saint-Petersburg State Technological University of Plant Polymers)6.42 MB
Advanced Catalytic Processes in integrated Biorefinary... (B. Kuznetsov, Inst. of Chemistry & Chemical Technology SB RAS)3.02 MB
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Energy-biotech Complexes as a New Direction of Bioenergy... (S. Varfolomeev, Inst. of Biochemical Physics n.a. N.M. Emanuel)2.63 MB
Russian Experience of Deep Biomass Conversion to Produce Energy,... (A. Gordin, Kirov Biochemical Plant, Kirov)4.88 MB
Summary of Round Table Discussion (Chair J.Spitzer IEA, Rapporteur N.Zaharia UNDP)50.12 KB

EUROCLIMA Workshop on International Cooperation in the field of Bioenergy & Technology

This meeting was organised by the Joint Research Centre in cooperation with the Centre for Renewable Energy (CER) of Chile (Ministry of Energy), and with the support of the Food and Agriculture Organisation Regional Office. This workshop was hosted by the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO) and took place in Santiago de Chile.

The meeting was organised further to the first EUROCLIMA Bioenergy Workshop of Buenos Aires (Argentina, March 2011, cooperation with INTA) which focused on GHG emissions from biofuels and bioenergy (see Proceedings on http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/biof/html/ghg_argentina.htm) and to the second EUROCLIMA Bioenergy Workshop (Campinas, Brazil, cooperation with the Brazilian Centre of Bioethanol & Technology, CTBE,  see Proceedings on http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/biof/html/euroclima_brazil.htm.

 

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 10:00 to Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - 18:00
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Santiago de Chile

 

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Status and perspectives of bioenergy in Chile, CER - Viviana Avalos (Ministry of Energy, Chile)1.11 MB
European Commission JRC activities in the field of Renewable Energy Mapping & Monitoring, N.Scarlat (EC JRC) 3.79 MB
International Energy Agency (IEA) Biofuels & Bioenergy Technology Roadmaps J.Spitzer (IEA Bioenergy)4 MB
FAO activities in Latin America in the field of use of biomass for energy, J.Carvalho, F.Duhart (FAO)1.61 MB
Climate Change, Agriculture and poverty, J.E.Alatorre, (Climate Change Unit, CEPAL, Santiago de Chile)2.37 MB
Role of bioenergy in forestry and agriculture development F.Bas, Ministry of Agriculture of Chile833.29 KB
UDT (Technological Development Unit) activities in bioenergy Cristina Segura (Head of the Bioenergy Unit, UDT)6.43 MB
GIS tools to assess biomass sustainable resources availability, J.Carrasco (CIEMAT, Madrid)5.78 MB
Bioenergy & Innovation Policies / Development in the field of aviation fuels, O.Vega Charpentier (IICA, San José, Costa Rica)3.17 MB
Biorefineries: Pilot experience in Chile Andrea Irarrazaval (Clean Energy Technology)8.41 MB
CTBE experience in the field of bioethanol sustainability & perspectives of technological development in Brazil, M. Cunha (CTBE)7.73 MB
Experience of Mexico in the field of bioenergy & perspectives in the field of bioenergy tech., R.Parra (ITM)5.39 MB
Experience of Argentina in the field of bioenergy & perspectives in the field of bioenergy technology, J.Hilbert (INTA)7.99 MB
Life Cycle Analysis, GHG calculation and water related issues for advanced biofuels or new pathways, H. Fehrenbach (IFEU) 36.21 KB
CENER activities in the field of biomass & bioenergy technology, D.Sanchez (CENER)6.98 MB
Chilean Biorenewable roadmap Sebastian Flores Head of the project927.09 KB
Agricultural frontier, adaptation to Climate Change and development of energy crops in Chile, M.Paneque, University of Chile14.03 MB
The Joint Programme on Bioenergy of the European Energy Research Alliance J.Carrasco (CIEMAT, Madrid)4.44 MB
Bioenergy & Technology from a sustainable perspective: experience from Germany & global context, L.Iriarte (INAAS)2.83 MB
Biocomsa Consortium: biofuel from lignocellulose biomass, Alvaro Urzua15.52 MB
CEA activities in the field of bioenergy - C.Dupont (CEA France)2 MB
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3rd AFRETEP Regional Workshop

The 3rd AFRETEP Regional Workshop was organised with the support of the Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town, South Africa. This workshop focused on the following topics: photovoltaic, wind energy, financial schemes and poverty reduction, had following agenda. More information is available in the 2nd of May 2012 Newsletter.

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Monday, February 20, 2012 - 09:00 to Friday, February 24, 2012 - 18:00
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Cape Town, South Africa

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2nd AFRETEP Regional Workshop

The 2nd AFRETEP Regional Workshop was organised with the support of the Institut International de l'Ingénierie de l'Eau et de l'Environnement - Fondation 2iE, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. This workshop focused on the following topics: photovoltaic and bioenergy, had following agenda. More information is available in the 6th of February 2012 Newsletter.

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Monday, November 7, 2011 - 09:00 to Friday, November 11, 2011 - 18:00
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Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

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1st AFRETEP Regional Workshop

The 1st AFRETEP Regional Workshop was organised with the support of the Centre of Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC) from Makerere University, Kampala. This workshop, focused on PV and micro hydro set up, had following agenda. More information is available in 13th and 15th December 2011 Newsletters.

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Monday, October 3, 2011 - 09:00 to Friday, October 7, 2011 - 17:30
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Kampala, Uganda

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Data Gathering for the New Member States and Candidate Countries on Renewable Energies

The Workshop is focussed on updating the existing data and gathering the latest data on the RES potentials, RES implementation, RES costs, but also information on aspects like Renewable Energy related research, demonstration projects, financing models, etc. The workshop also aims to get more data on the latest developments and experiences gained on regulatory and support schemes, and on the status of the renewable energy sources implementation compared to the national targets for RES.

Introductory Session
Session 1: Introduction. Update on ongoing international data gathering
Session 2: Mediterranean New Member States
Session 3: Central Europe New Member States
Session 4: Candidate Countries
Session 5: Baltic New Member States
Session 6: Invited States
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Wednesday, November 15, 2006 - 09:00 to Thursday, November 16, 2006 - 17:45
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Dobrovnik-Cavtat, Croatia

 

Introductory Session
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Welcome Address (J. Domac, Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar, Zagreb)382.07 KB
Session 1
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Latest trends and developments in European renewable energy markets (C. Lins, General Secretary of EREC, Brussels)429.88 KB
The Scientific Technical Reference System for Renewable Energies & Energy End-Use Efficiency...(N. Scarlat, DG JRC, E.C.)1.06 MB
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Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Cyprus1.77 MB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Malta (M. Fsadni, Inst. for Energy Technology)214.04 KB
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Latest developments on RES policy, implementation & planning in the Czech Rep. (P. Klimek, Czech Renewable Energy Agency)2.8 MB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation...HU(P. Bodo, The Regional Environmental Center for Central & Eastern Eur)874.26 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation...SK (J. Rousek, Slovak Energy Agency, Bratislava)183.05 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation...PL (G. Wisniewski, EC BREC Institute for Renewable Energy, Poland)416.75 KB
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Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Bulgaria (V. Groseva, Sofia Energy Centre)466.3 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation & planning in Romania (D. Teodoreanu, Research Inst. for Electrical Eng.)259.78 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Croatia (J. Domac, Energy Inst. Hrvoje Pozar)260.44 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Turkey (T. Sidki Uyar, Marmara University, Istanbul)907.66 KB
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International Energy Agency data collection on RES (S. Olz, International Energy Agency IEA)687.59 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Estonia (P. Raesaar, Tallinn University of Technology)673.43 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Lithuania (V. Katinas, Lithuanian Energy Institute)102.23 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Latvia (D. Blumberga, Riga Technical University)109.86 KB
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Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Bosnia & Herzegovina (S. Fejzibegovic, Hydro-Eng. Inst.)151.12 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Macedonia (K. Popovski, St. Kliment Ohridski University)770.74 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Montenegro (A. Mirkovic , Ministry of Economy)263.16 KB
Latest developments on RES policy, implementation and planning in Serbia (M. Martinov,University of Novi Sad)690.33 KB

Cereals straw and agricultural residues for bioenergy in New Member States and Candidate Countries

This Workshop is organised by the Institute for Environment and Sustainability (IES) of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission (http://www.jrc.ec.europa.eu) and the Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department for Biosystems Engineering of the University of Novi Sad, Serbia. The Workshop is organised within the JRC-IES Action: Quality and Performance of Biofuels (http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/biof) of the Renewable Energies Unit.

It follows a previous joint seminar on Sustainable "Sustainable Bioenergy cropping systems for the Mediterranean" held in Madrid, Spain, on 9-10 February 2006 and a JRC Expert Consultation on the "Cereals Straw Resources for Bioenergy in the European Union" Pamplona, on 18-19 October 2006. It also follows the Workshop "Data Gathering for the New Member States and Candidate Countries on Renewable Energies", held in Cavtat-Dubrovnik, Croatia, on 15-16 November 2006 (http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/biof/html/Documents_Publications.htm).

The present Workshop addresses the use of agricultural residues (cereal straw, green tops, manure) and especially of cereals straw for bioenergy production in New Member States, Candidate Countries and Western Balkan Countries.

Session 1: Resources of cereal straw and agricultural residues
Session 2: Resources and competitive uses
Session 3: Environmental & agricultural constraints
Session 4: Implementation issues
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Tuesday, October 2, 2007 - 15:30 to Wednesday, October 3, 2007 - 15:30
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Novi Sad, Serbia

 

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Current activities, recent developments...((N. Scarlat, J.F. Dallemand, R. Edwards, IES (JRC), European Commission, Ispra)517.99 KB
Cereal/soybean straw and other crop residues utilization...(M. Martinov, M. Tesic, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad)388.01 KB
Biomass as a renewable source of energy in the Czech Republic (S. Ustak, Crop Research Institute, Praha)967.16 KB
Potential use of cereal straw and agricultural residues in Slovenia (F. Bavec, M. Bavec, University of Maribor, Maribor)27.46 KB
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Production of straw & other agricultural residues in Republic...(O. Cukaliev, Faculty of Agriculture & Food, Skopje)433.86 KB
Utilization of cereal straw and agricultural residues for bioenergy in Turkey (H. Ozturk, University of Cukurova, Adana)1008.38 KB
Agricultural residues in Estonia - resources and possibilities (K. Heinsoo, Estonian University of Life Sciences)394.8 KB
Sources of biomass , their energy potential, collection...(F. Zacharda, Technichnical & Testing Agricultural Inst.)311.95 KB
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Using straw for energy - implications for soils and agriculture (D.S. Powlson, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden)1.59 MB
Potentials and limits of the use agricultural residues for bioenergy...(K. Navickas, Lithuanian Uni. of Agrculture)516.79 KB
Cereal straw and agricultural residues usable for bioenergy...(I. Antohe, National Agricultural Research Inst.)234.47 KB
Balance of straw in Poland (Jan Kuś, Mariusz Matyka, Inst. of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation-National Research Inst.)1.04 MB
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Bioverda activities for bioenergy plants (R. Halasz, Paul Saunders, Bioverda, Berlin)1.02 MB
Cereals straw & agricultural residues for bioenergy...(I. Plume, D. Viesturs, Latvia University of Agriculture)87.67 KB
Cereals straw & agricultural residues for bioenergy Situation in B&H (S. Fejzibegovic, Hydro-Engineering Inst. Sarajevo)255.61 KB

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