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Baltic Bioeconomy Days

16 December 2019

BalticBiomass4Value will hold its Opening Conference and a workshop as parts of the Baltic Bioeconomy Days to be held in Rostock! Participants of the conference will gain a comprehensive first hand insight into the scientific, political and business sectors positions regarding the European Bioeconomy, in particular, within the Baltic Sea Region. Your opinion is important […]

2# Newsletter BalticBiomass4Value

30 January 2020

Dear readers, FNR, as communication manager of BalticBiomass4Value, is proud to announce that the 2nd newsletter of the project has been published recently. This issue covers a “Report on the Analysis of the Consumption, Prices and Energy Production from the various Biomass Sources in the Baltic Sea Region”. The report is accompanied by an interview […]

More than 50 good practice examples of sustainable bioenergy and biobased production identified

27 January 2020

In November 2019 the 3rd meeting of the BalticBiomass4Value (BB4V) project was organised by partners from 3N Lower Saxony Network for Renewable Resources (DE) and the Lead Partner Vytautas Magnus University (LT). The Latvian delegation was represented by Vidzeme Planning Region experts Kristaps Ročāns and Krišjānis Veitners together with Prof., Dr. oec., Arnis Lēnerts from […]

From coal to biomass??? Bioenergy in Poland

20 January 2020

Professor Mariusz Jerzy Stolarski serves as a full time professor at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland. Currently Mariusz works under the Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture and Centre for Bioeconomy and Renewable Energies. He performs research studies in the area of cultivation, productivity, usability of perennial industrial crops, as well […]

About the project

The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) holds a great potential for circular bioeconomy development. Therefore, the BalticBiomass4Value project aims to enhance capacity of public and private actors within the BSR to produce bioenergy in more environmentally sustainable and economically viable way by utilizing new biomass sources (chiefly, biological waste) for energy production, as well as possibilities to use bioenergy side streams for higher value bio-products. Biomass from different sources (agriculture, food and feed industry, forestry, wood industry, municipal waste and sewage sludge, fishery, algae), its logistics, various biomass conversion technologies and value chains will be mapped to identify best practices of bioenergy generation and the potential of more efficient and sustainable deployment of biomass in the BSR.

Seventeen partners from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Norway and the Russian Federation will bring together the producers of biomass and bio-based products, as well as relevant public authorities and policy stakeholders for the implementation of the project.


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Our targets

220

business, state and municipality owned enterprises involved in transnational learning activities

40

enterprises consulted on potential pilot projects

New knowledge and technology transfer services introduced in

8

countries

New training program for regional and local public authorities introduced in

7

countries