Today, the Biomass Day 2023 event is taking place in Athens. The Greek conference is dedicated to the bioenergy role in the energy crisis and gathers public authorities and main scientific community representatives to deal with this topic.
Considering the Russia-Ukraine war and global geopolitical conflicts, it is always increasingly difficult to operate bearing in mind the decarbonization and climate neutrality European goals, as set by the Green New Deal and the Fitfor55 plan. The conference guides the discussion on the active role of the bioenergy in our economy to answer some questions: how can the contribution of bioenergy in the expansion and diversification of EU energy sources be easily and consistently ensured through the “RePowerEU” project? Is there a possibility in Greece and the EU of a more substantial energy use of biomass to alleviate the unsustainable energy costs of industries, commercial companies /services and households?
BioSFerA partecipates at the debate having our coordinator Konstantinos Atsonios (CERTH) as representative and handling a presentation on “Gasification technologies for the production of liquid and gaseous biofuels and their contribution to sustainable transport”.
For the full presentation (in greek) CLICK HERE.