IEA Bioenergy Tasks

IEA Bioenergy is an organisation set up in 1978 by the International Energy Agency (IEA) with the aim of improving cooperation and information exchange between countries that have national programmes in bioenergy research, development and deployment.

 

Bioenergy Tasks Overview
 
IEA Bioenergy is an organisation set up in 1978 by the International Energy Agency (IEA) with the aim of improving cooperation and information exchange between countries that have national programmes in bioenergy research, development and deployment. More...
 

Task 32 Combustion and Cofiring

Task 37 Energy from Biogas

  
The objective of the Task is to collect, analyse, share, and disseminate strategic technical and non-technical information on biomass combustion and co-firing applications, leading to increased acceptance and performance in terms of environment, costs, and reliability. The main objectives of this work programme are the deployment of Anaerobic Digestion (AD) technology for renewable energy production and environmental protection, and the provision of expert scientific and technical support to policy makers in member countries.
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Task 42 Biorefineries

Task 43 Feedstock for Energy Markets

  
The major objective of this task is to asses the worldwide position and potential of the biorefinery field, and to gather new insides that will indicate the possibilities to come to new breakthrough, competitive, sustainable, safe and eco-efficient processing routes for the simultaneous manufacture of transportation fuels, (CH) power, food, feed, and added-value bio-based products (chemicals, materials).  The objective of this Task is to promote sound bioenergy development that is driven by well-informed decisions in business, governments and elsewhere. This will be achieved by providing to relevant actors timely and topical analyses, syntheses and conclusions on all fields related to biomass feedstock, including biomass markets and the socioeconomic and environmental consequences of feedstock production.
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