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  • December 21, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

Welcome to sign up for Nordic Pellets 2018 Conference!

Pellets 2018 starts on Tuesday, January 30, with two study visits. Choose between Öresundskraft Västhamnsverket which uses 70,000 tonnes of…

  • December 21, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

Book your accommodation for Pellets 2018 in Helsingborg, Sweden

Our conference Nordic Pellets 2018 Conference, 30-31 January in Helsingborg in Sweden, is getting closer and we recommend you to…

  • December 20, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

For latest bioenergy news in English – Follow Bioenergy International!

In short, if biomass is your business then Bioenergy International is your brief. 

  • December 18, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

Welcome Stora Enso – Partner of Nordic Pellets 2018 Conference

We would like to welcome our Pellets 2018 partner company Stora Enso and introduce our speaker Mr Joachim Colliander, Vice…

  • December 18, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

Join us for for a study visit to Västhamnsverket CHP-plant in Helsingborg!

Join us in Helsingborg, Sweden, for the 24th edition of Svebio's annual pellet conference, Nordic Pellets 2018 Conference, 30-31 January…

  • December 14, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

Meet Nordic pellet movers and shakers at Pellets 2018

Join us in Helsingborg, Sweden, for the 24th edition of the annual Swedish pellet conference. This year promises to be something…

  • December 14, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

Gasoline-Ethanol-Methanol (GEM) Fuel as an Alternative Passenger Car Fuel in Sweden

Our Master’s Thesis Intern Sebastiaan Tsirakos, recently finalized his thesis report on the potential of gasoline-ethanol-methanol (GEM) fuel as an…

  • December 12, 2017
  • Svebio news
  • Bioenergi

41 bioenergy stories – discover an unsuspected use of bioenergy every day

Imagine spreading Europe’s energy consumption across the calendar: in 2017, Europe relies on fossil and nuclear energy from January 1st…

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