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EU Green Week Partner Events – Circular Bioeconomy as driver of green competitiveness in rural areas

Green Energy Innovative Biomass Cluster

Transition towards a circular bioeconomy requires the sustainable use of bioresources and a broad
involvement and engagement of stakeholders. The rural regions in Romania possess a great
bioeconomy potential that needs to be valorized. Agriculture represents a major sector of
production of resources for the bioeconomy, alonside the forestry, food, horticulture, aquaculture
and fishery. Rural areas - often overlooked in the energy transition - are ideal for developing
renewable heating solutions based on particular types of biomass resources: agrobiomass.
The EU-funded projects: AgroBioHeat, BE-Rural and GoDanuBio have the objective to raise the
awareness and support relevant actors in the participatory development of bioeconomy strategies,
roadmaps and business models in Romania.

  • environmental protection
  • -
  • Romania
  • External event

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Green Energy Innovative Biomass Cluster
Romania
Languages
Romanian, English
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Green Energy Innovative Biomass Cluster
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