The European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO) is the European Commission-funded portal that aims to become the main reference point for information about alternative fuels and infrastructure in Europe.
A summary of the exchange of views is now available.
The summary of the hearing is now available.
Biodegradable waste, or bio-waste, from urban areas is being used to produce a bio-based material to replace plastic — this is relevant to the sustainable development of a circular economy (CE), which requires the innovative use of waste materials. Understanding public attitudes to such materials, and the drivers influencing their uptake, is key to their viability. This study explores how consumers respond to products made from regenerated bio-waste.
The European Commission’s latest reports on gas and electricity markets, which cover the second quarter of 2019, have just been published, containing a wide range of data about supply and usage of electricity and gas in the EU.
We are delighted to invite you to participate already in the 9th International Scientific Conference ‘Rural Development 2019: Research and Innovation for Bioeconomy‘. It has already become a biannual tradition to meet colleagues from all over the world here. In addition, we are pleased that this event has become a common area for international scientific interdisciplinary discussion on issues of rural development and innovations.
The Blue Biotech Day Malta will be the first ever dedicated event on Blue Biotechnology taking place in Malta. The event is part of the series of events organised across Europe to celebrate the emerging biotechnology sectors. The event in organised by Malta Marittima, Cluster Manager of the Blue Biotech Cluster in Malta, and AquaBioTech Group.
JRC data reveals a growing demand for biomass in the EU, mostly associated to rising bioenergy. The main use of biomass in the EU remains animal feed and bedding, reflecting consumption patterns.
NGVA Europe – Decarbonization is a major concern for the transport sector as, despite the continuous progress in improving vehicle efficiency, energy demand from the sector is growing. Consequently, CO2 emissions from the sector are still increasing. Looking to the light duty sector, in 2018 the average CO2 emissions from the EU car fleet grow up by 1,7% compared to 2017 according to the European Environmental Agency EEA.