Finland is hosting this year’s Nordic Baltic Bioenergy Conference. The present government in Finland has a strong intention to develop the country towards a low-carbon bioeconomy. Finland’s long-term objective is to become a carbon-neutral society.
The conference is organised by Bioenergia and Svebio, the bioenergy associations in Finland and Sweden.
Within the next 10 years, Finland wants be a pioneer in bioeconomy, circular economy and cleantech. In the energy system wood fuels are already the largest energy source, and it is planned that their use will increase by 35% by 2030. Many new biofuel and energy plants are planned.
Nordic Baltic Bioenergy Conference is the meeting point for all interested stakeholders engaged in the energy transition in the region:
- Replacing fossil fuels in a sustainable way;
- Mobilising local biomass, waste and peat resources;
- Creating jobs, business opportunities and energy security;
- Improving national, regional and local economy.