Potential and consequences of increasing the use of forest bioenergy – 14 October 2015
The promotion of renewable energy is among the key elements of the EU’s energy policy, and mandatory national targets have been defined to increase the share of energy from renewable sources of the gross final energy consumption in 2020. For northern Europe, the use of forest biomass for bioenergy purposes can considerable contribute to these targets. In this perspective we are happy to invite you to the EFINORD seminar Potential and consequences of increasing the use of forest bioenergy.
The seminar will take place in meeting room Aspen in SLU, Umeå, from 09:30 to 15:30 on 14 October 2015. Everyone is welcome but registration is required for coffee and lunch with deadline the 1st of October. The seminar is hosted by the Faculty of Forest Sciences, SLU, and the organizer is EFINORD (European Forest Institute’s North European Regional Office).
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