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Bioenergy is energy that is generated from renewable biomass, i.e. living plants, including trees. Biomass is a renewable material that has the potential to replace fossil fuels to a much larger extent than at present. The sources of biomass include forest residues (pruning and harvesting waste), sawmilling waste, recycled wood, and energy plantations which are managed with the aim of optimizing the production of wood for fuel. Biofuels are usually in the form of wood chips, which may or may not be made into briquettes.

The European Biomass Association (AEBIOM) represents bioenergy issues at EU level, and is an important source of news and information.

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  1. Arbocentre
  2. Asociación Española de Valorización Energética de la Biomasa (AVEBIOM)
    • Spanish Biomass Association
  3. Bioenergia ry
    • Finnish Bioenergy Association
  4. BioenergyWiki
  5. Biomass & Bioenergy [journal]
  6. BIOMASS Energy Centre (BEC)
  7. Biomass: green energy for Europe
  8. Bundesverband Bioenergie e.V. (BBE)
    • Federal Bioenergy Association [Germany]
  9. Butlletí Infobiomassa
  10. České sdružení pro biomasu
    • Czech Biomass Association
  11. COST Action 1306. Valorisation of lignocellulosic biomass side streams for sustainable production of chemicals, materials & fuels using low environmental impact technologies (LIGNOVAL)
  12. COST Action E31. Management of recovered wood
  13. DI Bioenergy
    • Danish Bioenergy Association
  14. EC - Energy - Renewable Energy - Biomass
  15. Eesti Biokütuste Ühing
    • Estonian Biomass Association
  16. EUBIA - European Biomass Industry Association
  17. Europe's Energy Portal
  18. European Biofuels Technology Platform
  19. European Biomass Association (AEBIOM)
  20. European Renewable Energy Council - EREC

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