EUBREN - The European Biomass Research Network

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A position paper was drafted upon the findings of the 2016 DANUBIONET Bioeconomy Capacity Building Survey. The survey was carried out by the Central European Initiative and PANNON Pro Innovations Ltd. in order to assess the main challenges regarding the development of Bioenergy and Bioeconomy in the Danube Region. The position paper is available here.

Andrea Salimbeni speaks about EUBIA at Polska Export Promotion Porta

On 15 of March 2017, Andrea Salimbeni gave an interview for Polska Export Promotion Porta, in which he explains the role of the Association in supporting biomass industry as well as the benefits in becoming member of EUBIA. Read the article here.

Nominations for Johannes Linneborn Prize are OPEN

Nominations for the prestigious Johannes Linneborn Prize, given each year at the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition for "Outstanding Contributions to the Development of Energy from Biomass", are being accepted through 24 February 2017. 

The nomination form is short and simple, and can be submitted online

Further details about the Johannes Linneborn Prize can be found at 

We remind you that late abstracts for EUBCE2017 with news are still accepted. If you wish to submit a late abstract or if you have an enquiry concerning abstract submission for EUBCE 2017, please contact [email protected]

The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) is a world class annual event which, since 1980, is held at different venues throughout Europe.
EUBCE covers the entire value chain of biomass to conduct business, network, and to present and discuss the latest developments and innovations, the  vision is to educate the biomass community and to accelerate growth. This year, EUBCE will be held in Stockholm between the 12th and 15th of June.
EUBREN and EUBIA members are kindly invited to request their EUBCE discount here.

EUBIA launches news website

EUBIA finalized work spanning over the past five months and is ready to present you its new website.

The new fresh and modern website is divided into nine sections making it easier to find information about the association, its work and members, as well as showcasing some of the most important News and Events in the sector. A special section is dedicated to one of the largest publicly available online Library in the field of Biomass, and one to the particularities of the generic term in Wiki Biomass. 

The Algal Information Network

Algal Information Network (AIN) aims to support the development of algae sector in Europe by improving the cooperation and knowledge of market forces, research organizations, policy and decision makers. 

The Members are the power of this network, which is fully supported by EnAlgae Project.  

All key actors operating in algae sector are invited to join:  The Membership is Free!

Click here to visit the new AIN website!

EUBREN Founding Members