Press releases

Press releases from Svebio, Bioenergi and Bioenergy International. These are also available in our newsroom on MyNewsdesk.

  • November 23, 2022
  • Press release
  • Kjell Andersson

All emissions from deforestation captured in new biomass

Deforestation can be an environmental problem and lead to decreased biodiversity. But when studying carbon dioxide sources and where they…

  • October 19, 2022
  • Press release
  • Gustav Melin

Harmful effects when Sweden cuts biofuel quota to EU level

The announcement that the new government intends to stop the fuel transition is a bad idea, both for Swedish climate…

  • June 17, 2022
  • Press release
  • Joline Ekman

Skatt på bioolja innebär mer fossil olja i fjärrvärmen

Skatten på bioolja som används i fjärrvärme och industri måste tas bort. Färsk statistik visar att användandet av fossila bränslen…

  • May 19, 2022
  • Press release
  • Joline Ekman

Commission fails on Europe’s largest renewable energy source – again!

The EU wants to quickly become independent of Russian fossil fuels in order to minimize the flow of money to…

  • June 7, 2021
  • Press release
  • Bioenergi

Increased volumes traded at International Biomass Exchange

Increased volumes were traded at the International Biomass Exchange, IntBEX, (former Baltpool) last winter, and the development in Belarus may…

  • March 31, 2021
  • Press release
  • Bioenergi

International biomass exchange Baltpool begins trading in the ports of the Baltic, Scandinavian countries and Poland

The international biomass exchange Baltpool continues to expand its activities and since March started trading in biomass in the ports…

  • March 26, 2020
  • Press release
  • Bioenergi

Roadmap Bioenergy Identifies Large Swedish Potential

Bioenergy can supply more than half of Swedish energy needs in 2045. Svebio’s Roadmap Bioenergy shows that there is potential…

  • September 9, 2019
  • Press release
  • Bioenergi

​Media invitation: Advanced biofuels – Nordic region in the forefront

The Nordic region is in the forefront both for production and demand of advanced biofuels from cellulose, residues and waste.…

  • May 20, 2019
  • Press release
  • Bioenergi

Consultation on prolonging state aid rules, with specific reference to the Guidelines for environmental protection and energy

Svebio represents 250 companies active in the whole bioenergy supply chain in Sweden. Among our members are some 60 companies…

  • December 20, 2018
  • Press release
  • Bioenergi

Swedavia, Fly Green Fund, World Energy, Shell and SkyNRG enable sustainable aviation fuel flights from five airports in Sweden

Amsterdam: This year, Swedavia, the largest Swedish airport operator,received sustainable aviation fuel at five of their airports. With these deliveries,…

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