Workshop: Get involved in the next H2020 bioenergy proposals
A Workshop/brokerage event on bioenergy is co-organised by the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) JP Bioenergy and the Norwegian Bioenergy Innovation Center "CenBio".
The objectives of the H2020 bioenergy workshop are:
The event is organised 14-15 April 2016 in Brussels.
You can register here. Register deadline is 8 April.
Meet CenBio at the EUBCE!
The board and centre management of CenBio invite all partners to join us at European Biomass Conference and Exhibition on 6 – 9 June 2016. The EUBCE is the largest and most scientifically diverse bioenergy conference in Europe, and consists of both the classic scientific programme as well as a large exhibition area. We want to inform everyone about three main activities coordinated by CenBio:
A side event (workshop) is scheduled for Tuesday June 7 at 13:30 to 17:00. The workshop is dedicated to "Bioenergy Value Chains", and we will present methods and results from CenBio, and open for views from experts from other European countries, as well as debate/panel discussion. We also aim at announcing the winner of the Bioenergy Innovation Award 2016 here. Please join us for an interesting afternoon in Amsterdam!
CenBio will be present with a stand at the Exhibition during the whole conference.
The competition was fierce with more than 1000 abstracts received, but 7 out of CenBio's 25 abstracts were accepted as oral presentations and 18 were accepted as posters.
Register to the conference by visiting the conference web site. You may contact Line Rydså for questions regarding CenBio's participation at the EUBCE. We hope to see many of you in Amsterdam!
Help us to find the best candidate for the Bioenergy Innovation Award 2016!
The Bioenergy Award was established six years ago by CenBio to stimulate and reward knowledge-based innovation within bioenergy. You can suggest candidates by February 12. More informtion can be found in the official announcement (in Norwegian).
How to achieve better energy utilization out of waste in the future?
CenBio / SINTEF Energy senior researcher Michael Becidan explains the main conclusions of a recent CenBio journal publication in Chemical Engineering Transactions, "Norwegian Waste-to-Energy (WtE) in 2030: Challenges and opportunities".
CenBio industry partners from Hafslund ASA, Statkraft Varme AS, EGE Oslo AS and Energos AS actively contributed as authors of the publication.
Published December 8, 2015
CenBio on #SINTEFenergy blog