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Postponed conference: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally

24 February 2020

International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2020: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally” in Kaunas, Lithuania. The conference is organized by our project partners: the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development of Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Social Development of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies. In relation to the […]

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 […]

Opening Conference of the BalticBiomass4Value project held during the Baltic Bioeconomy Days in Rostock on 11 – 12 March 2020

20 March 2020

The BalticBiomass4Value project aims to enhance capacity of public and private actors within the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) in order to produce bioenergy in a more environmentally sustainable and economically viable way by utilising new biomass resources (primarily, biological waste) for energy production. This also includes the existing potentials to utilise bioenergy side streams for […]

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 […]

Postponed: International business networking event in Kaunas

16 January 2020

  In relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event is being postponed to 24th–25th September 2020 and will be held together with the exhibition “Inno Panorama 2020” in Kaunas, Lithuania.   On 2nd–3rd April 2020, the Lithuanian Biotechnology Association kindly invites business representatives to attend an international networking event “Biomass Resources and Their Innovative Deployment: Exchange […]

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 […]

What are the long-term prospects of bioenergy sector in the Baltic Sea Region?

17 October 2019

Dr. Erik Trømborg is a professor of the Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. His expertise includes forest and energy sector analyses, renewable energy with emphasis on biomass supply. Erik led the analysis of market outlook and future viability of different bioenergy products and value chains in […]

Bioenergy in Lithuania: Status quo and the future

18 November 2019

Dovile Zdanaviciene is Head of the policy group, of the Climate Change management team, in the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania. She studied Environmental Engineering and Energy Engineering / Thermal Engineering at the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University. Expertise: renewable energy, policies and climate change mitigation, policy measures. What role does bioenergy play […]

1# Newsletter BalticBiomass4Value

05 November 2019

Dear readers, Welcome to the first BalticBiomass4Value newsletter! In this edition of the newsletter you will find information about the scope and objective of the project as well as the project consortium. In every edition we will introduce some of the project partners. We also keep you informed about up-coming events in the Baltic Sea […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Project kick-off meeting in Kaunas

01 March 2019

On 28th February – 1st March 2019, representatives of the BalticBiomass4Value project partners and associated organisations gathered in Kaunas (Lithuania) to kick-start the project.