6 February 2018
The ultimate goal of the BIOFOREVER project is to have one or more bio-based value chains commercialised in Europe. . So far 20 European sites have shown an interest to develop and host a biorefinery project. 5 sites have been selected to do a ‘deep dive’ in order to assess…
16 January 2018
The European Technology and Innovation Platform Bioenergy (ETIP Bioenergy) has released its position paper outlining some key recommendations for the revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED II). ETIP Bioenergy is a platform that brings together relevant actors from academia, industry, and civil society, engaged in the development of sustainable bioenergy and…
3 December 2017
The Scientific Engineering Centre “Biomass” Ltd. (SECBio) will host of the next project meeting (19 February 2018), to be followed up with a FORBIO capacity building & training event targeted to Ukrainian stakeholders.
27 September 2017
After the German stakeholder event in Finsterwalde, a special study tour was organised by FIB in the nearby post-mining area if Welzow-Süd, where the project partners and interested stakeholders could experience the reclamation activities that are continous on the surface of the opencast mining-pit. The study tour was initiated by…
8 September 2017
The M21 FORBIO project meeting was followed-up with the German stakeholder event, hosted by FIB in Finsterwalde. Presentations could be heard from WIP, FAO, FIB and several interested stakeholders and possible end-users had the chance to ask specific questions related to the German case studies. Our synergy project SEEMLA was…
7 August 2017
The main objective of FORBIO capacity building is to encourage the European farmers and owners of contaminated lands in the selected sites to start action concerning the production of non-food bioenergy. The initial assessment obtained during multi-stakeholder consultations and preliminary results for the Italian case study show the existence of…
31 July 2017
The technical and economic feasibility studies for Germany and Ukraine were prepared by WIP and SECBio. After the approval by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, the studies will be made available in the documents section of the FORBIO website.
28 May 2017
The Forschungsinstitut für Bergbaufolgelandschaften e.V (FIB) will be the host of the M21 project meeting (5-7 September 2017), which will be concluded with a FORBIO information day targeted to local stakeholders and followed up by a study-tour at a nearby post-mining location, as an example of underutilisied land practice.
16 April 2017
SECBio will organise a local stakeholder event within the FORBIO project in the framework of the Kyiv Bioenergy Conference between 19-21 September 2017. The workshop will be associated with an info-day in the study area in the Ivankiv region, located in Kyiv oblast. More information on the Kyiv Bioenergy Conference…
6 March 2017
FORBIO parellel project (under the same EU fundung topic) SEEMLA is organizing a meeting dedicated for scientist researching marginal land use options.
14 February 2017
An interview was conducted with Mr. Péter Gyuris at the "Nyerő Magyarok" thematic blog about the FORBIO project. The blog article and the recorded interview can be found at the following link: http://nyeromagyarok.eu/geonardo-kft.html
19 January 2017
The pubic document as Deliverable 2.2 can be donwloaded from the project website's document section.
20 December 2016
The FORBIO agronomic feasibility studies for Germany and Ukraine were prepared by M12. The studies are available in the documents section of the FORBIO website.
14 November 2016
The third project meeting will be organised by WIP (Coordinator) in Münich, Germany, on 11-12 April 2017.
14 September 2016
On the course of stakeholder interaction the project consortia is hosting a meeting this October. The summary of the 3-day event:
1st day (12th of October) - FORBIO "internal" meeting
2nd day (13th of October) - Meeting key notes, panel and stakeholder discussions
3rd day (14th of October) - Research project presentations and…
1 July 2016
FORBIO consortium representatives Marco Colangeli (FAO) and Nicoleta Ion (ENERO) had been participating on the event hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture of Hungary.
27 June 2016
The Italian agronomic feasibility study was prepared by M6. The document is available in the documents section of the FORBIO website for downloading.
11 May 2016
Geonardo Ltd prepared Deliverable 6.5 with the support of the FORBIO consortium to guide on how to publish, access, use and re-use of data that is generated in Work Packages 2 and 3. The document is going to be maintained until the end of the project with periodic updates.
12 April 2016
The document introduces the protocols on the use of the dissemination and communication tools, also the means of including the project’s visual identity. Deliverable 6.4 will be regularly updated throughout the project's lifetime.
16 March 2016
The FORBIO Consortium prepared the Quality Assurance Plan deliverable about all the quality control mechanisms and protocols for the implementation of the project’s activities and
production of the deliverables.
1 February 2016
The FORBIO project kick-off meeting was hosted by Geonardo Ltd. on 14-15 January 2016 in Hungary, Budapest.
21 January 2016
The project website will host information on the project’s activities, achievements, events and outputs in the forecoming two years.