Events

Past events

29

Nov
2021

IEA Bioenergy triannual online conference 2021

Online

Bioenergy – A critical part of the path to carbon neutrality The IEA Roadmap ‘Net Zero Emissions by 2050’ recognizes bioenergy as an important option, representing 18% of total energy supply in 2050, and playing a major role to reach carbon neutrality of the global energy system, either through the direct replacement of fossil fuels, […]

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18

Mar
2021

IEA Bioenergy Task 44 Webinar – Flexible Bioenergy in Renewable Energy Systems

Online

The global energy system transition is driven by steep reductions in the generation costs of wind and solar energy as well as political efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Growing shares of variable renewable energy (VRE) in the energy supply system poses concerns about guaranteeing an uninterrupted supply of electricity, balancing seasonal imbalances in supply […]

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25

Nov
2020

Workshop on role of biorefineries in grid balancing

Online

IEA Bioenergy Task 39-Task 44 Joint Workshop, “Role of biofuels production / biorefineries in grid balancing”, 25 November 2020, Virtual  Due to increasing electrical power production from fluctuating renewable sources like wind and solar, there is an important role for bioenergy to help balance the electricity sector by aiding electrical grid stabilization and supply reliability. […]

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06

Apr
2020

Inter-TCP meeting on Integrated Energy Systems

Online

This inter-TCP webinar was held in 6 April 2020 and was organised by the IEA with the objective of bringing together experts in the Technology Collaboration Programs and Tasks to discuss how to best model future energy system flexibilities from different options. Presentations: Webinar Agenda for the Inter-TCP Meeting_06_April_2020 Modelling_flexibility_needs_and_contributions of wind/PV at system level […]

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24

Jan
2020

Flexible Bioenergy Workshop

Graz, Austria

On January 24th, 2020, Task 44 hosted a “Flexible Bioenergy Workshop” in conjunction with the Central European Biomass Conference in Graz, Austria. The Event hosted six different presenters who discussed the needs of future energy systems that operate with increased variability and how the flexibility offered by bioenergy could meet those demands. The presentations from […]

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