We are happy to announce that four new national partners have joined the SURE system and will support us in implementing the SURE-EU system in Spain, Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Asociación Española de Valorización Energética de la Biomasa (AVEBIOM) is a non-profit, private association in Spain with around 150 members from the entire biomass energy supply chain. These include, for example, producers of forest and agricultural biomass, trade, processing, conversion plants and power plants, as well as consulting and engineering companies. To learn more about AVEBIOM, visit AVEBIOM’s website.
Bundesverband Bioenergie (BBE) is an umbrella organisation for bioenergy in Germany. BBE was founded in 1998 to represent the diversity of bioenergy, with all its branches and technology paths in the electricity, heat and transport sectors. BBE provides an effective representation in politics and society. One of the strengths of the BBE is the involvement of specialised industry associations and companies in a strong network. In the BBE, the experts and decision-makers meet to analyse political and economic framework conditions and to represent a strong position for the industry. Are you interested in the BBE? Then visit the BBE website.
The Czech Biomass Association České sdružení pro biomasu (CZBiom) is the largest organization in the Czech Republic that deals with the use of solid biomass, biogas or biofuels as an energy source and the recovery of biodegradable waste. The association, founded in 1994, currently represents around 230 companies and other members. CZBiom supports SURE in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Like the other three national partners, CZBiom is also a member of Bioenergy Europe. You can read more about this association on CZBiom’s website.
The German Biogas Association Fachverband Biogas e.V. brings together operators, manufacturers and planners of biogas plants as well as representatives from science and research, and interested parties from all over Germany. Since it was founded in 1992, the Association, with over 4,700 members, has become Europe’s strongest organization in the area of biogas. With intensive political advocacy at federal and state levels, the Association campaigns for the increased use of biogas technology. Moreover, we support the exchange of information and experience in the sector. For more information about this association see the website of Fachverband Biogas.