Bioenergy RES Hybrids

IEA Task 41 Project 7 reviews the current status of bioenergy RES hybrids and identifies those areas in the energy system where such hybrids can play a strategic role.


The project creates an overview of the status of bioenergy hybrid technologies in Austria, Finland and Germany, evaluates the future roles of bioenergy hybrids in energy supply system and projects preliminary roadmaps for countries or regions aiming towards sustainable future-proof energy system. The knowledge transfer in the field of renewable and renewable hybrid technologies is enhanced.

The project organizes two expert workshops during the year 2016. These workshops offer an unique opportunity for participants to develop a better understanding of current status of RES hybrids with industrial point of view, their role in energy system in terms of system reliability and sustainability, and future technology perspectives. For more information, follow the News.

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