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Key factors of success in developing sustainable bioeconomy

27 September 2019

On 26th September 2019, just several days after the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York, the Science, Policy and Business Forum “Bioeconomy Development Strategies: How to Strengthen the Connection between Economy, Society and the Environment?” was held in Kaunas (Lithuania) as a part of the 9th International Scientific Conference “Rural Development 2019: Research and Innovation […]

3rd project meeting successfully held in Tartu

15 October 2019

On 10th and 11th of October the BalticBiomass4Value Interreg project held a successful meeting at the Estonian University of Life Sciences in Tartu.  In the course of this 3rd project meeting members of the project consortium presented approx. 30 best business case examples and discussed about the framework and methodology for sustainable development and dissemination […]

First modelling results discussed in Vilnius

19 June 2019

On 18th – 19th June 2019, the BalticBiomass4Value project consortium met in Vilnius (Lithuania) to discuss results of the modelling of bioenergy consumption and biomass potential in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). Results of the Analysis of Market Outlook and Future Viability of Different Bioenergy Products and Value Chains in the BSR Energy System were presented […]

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.

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