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Catalogue of other relevant bio-based business analysis and planning tools

This sub-section of e-Tools provides information on bio-based business analysis and planning tools that were developed outside our project consortium.

If you know more relevant tools that can be useful for bio-based businesses in the BSR, please take a minute and submit information about them here.

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The BioRES project aims to introduce the innovative concept of Biomass Logistic and Trade Centres (BLTCs) in Serbia, Croatia and Bulgaria based on international cooperation with European technology leaders. The BLTCs as regional hubs are to help at increasing local supply and demand for woody bioenergy products.
The project’s guidebook provides practical guidance on basic terminology and methodology on the biomass logistics, how to establish and operate a BLTC as a regional hub in its different stages of business development.

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The main objective of the project SEEMLA (acronym for “Sustainable exploitation of biomass for bioenergy from marginal lands”) is the establishment of suitable innovative land-use strategies for a sustainable production of plant-based energy on marginal lands while improving general ecosystem services. The use of marginal lands could contribute to the mitigation of the fast-growing competition between traditional food production and production of renewable bio-resources on arable lands.

The SEEMLA GIS web application was built to provide an assistance regarding the identification and exploitation of marginal lands for biomass production.

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The S2Biom project supports the sustainable delivery of non-food biomass feedstock at local, regional and pan-European level through developing harmonized data sets, strategies and roadmaps at local, regional, national and pan-European level for the EU-28, Western Balkans, Ukraine, Moldova and Turkey.

The S2Biom toolset contains all data, tools, documents and reports generated in the project. These tools enable users to:

  • Interact with the results by making sub-selections for data they are interested in;
  • Design their own biomass delivery chain and evaluate the performance;
  • Obtain to the point information on specific issues of relevance for developing a biomass delivery chain which can be key characteristics on logistical components, biomass conversion technologies, matching of biomass types with technologies, biomass potentials, cost and characteristics, biomass markets, sustainability issues, policies and regulations, national biomass strategies.