Savings and energy efficiency

In Spain bioenergy mobilizes 3.700 million euros between electricity, thermal generation and biofuels for transport. And it is, without a doubt, the renewable energy source that best meets the postulates of the bioeconomy, involving thousands of professionals from different sectors.

Service, financial, communication companies, investment groups, public companies, administrations, professional and business associations promote and participate in many projects in order to implement solutions for both consumers and professionals.

A key sector for job posting, which take advantage of own resources and proximity reducing energy dependence and the import of oil and gas. The pellet industries cannot be relocated and they are all in small municipalities that fill them with life.

Lithuania and its 3 million inhabitants were heavily dependent on fossil fuel imports from Russia. In 2014, when Lithuania became an EU member state, it paid the highest price for imported gas, a price considered "political" as it was not comparable to the market situation.
From the Spanish Biomass Association (AVEBIOM) and the Spanish Association of Wood Pellet Production Companies (APROPELLETS) we report that bioenergy professionals continue to work to guarantee the supply of clean energy
Located in the Polígono El Bayo de Cubillos del Sil, the technical process has been completed and it will be able to start producing in the coming weeks. The power plant will produce 290 megawatts of renewable and clean electricity enough to supply 83.000 homes.
From the Spanish Biomass Association (AVEBIOM) and the Spanish Association of Wood Pellet Production Companies (APROPELLETS) we want to convey to society that bioenergy professionals will continue to work to guarantee the supply of clean and renewable energy to all users. .
The use of biomass in the thermal installation of the heated pool manages to considerably reduce the use of fossil fuels.
The Ortín Recoveries company generates pellets from the waste of the furniture industry in the surroundings of Yecla. A success story of the circular economy of the furniture sector and the generation of biofuels.
The Internet has become so common that many of us have difficulty imagining what it takes to realize this digital world, including the number of servers and necessary for its operation. Most data centers around the world rely heavily on fossil fuels to produce the electricity and cooling needed to run the necessary equipment, what some call the "dark side" of the Internet.
In the article you can find a didactic example that explains why biomass emissions are different than those of fossil fuels.
A biomass boiler that allows the LC Paper company to manufacture structured tissue paper products with neutral CO2 emissions.
Sweden's largest ethanol producer manages to improve its production thanks to a biomass cogeneration plant
Summary of what happened in the world of biomass in Spain in 2019.
Successful example of the recovery of a biomass resource, the wood splinter, which was previously treated as a waste.