Sustainable Biomass Markets and International Trade to support the biobased economy

Welcome to the new website of Task 40, IEA Bioenergy. We recently moved our contents from http://www.bioenergytrade.org to this page which is under the management of IEA Bioenergy organisation.

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IEA Bioenergy Task 40: Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade, commonly abbreviated Task 40, was established under the International Energy Agency (IEA) Bioenergy Implementing Agreement in December 2003 with the aim of focusing on international bioenergy technology potential, barriers, and trade as well as its wider implications.

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Global Wood Pellet Industry and Trade Study 2017

Download | The report Global Wood Pellet Industry Market published in 2011 has always been the most downloaded document of IEA Bioenergy Task 40. We have decided to update the report and bring new insights on market trends and trade of the global wood pellets.

The global wood pellet market has increased dramatically since 2011, with an average increase
rate of 14% per year. New countries have entered the market for both, pellet production (such as those from South-East Europe) and pellet consumption (such as East Asia). Also the global wood pellet trade increased. Intercontinental flows are dominated by the trade relation between the U.S. and the UK, while the non-industrial use is still mainly an intra-European business.

Sustainability and governance of bioenergy supply chains

You are cordially invited to attend the side event at EUBCE 2018 conference where a number of IEA Bioenergy members present results of the IEA Bioenergy Inter-task project on “Measuring, governing and gaining support for sustainable bioenergy supply chains”.

 The aims of this side event are two-fold:

  1. To share project results of the work carried out on governance and stakeholder involvement with an audience from industry, policy, science, and civil society.
  2. To discuss existing and new approaches for governance – the way forward.
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