While community energy is about to play a huge role for the future energy transition, bioenergy has a very slow development in decentralised energy production. BECoop’s ambition is to foster a broad deployment of bioenergy technologies in the heating sector (across Europe by providing all the necessary conditions and support tools for unlocking the underlying market potential of community bioenergy).


BRANCHES – Boosting RurAl Bioeconomy Networks following multi-actor approaCHES Dates: January 2021 – December 2024 Project web: Leader: LUKE Grant agreement number: 101000375 Funded by:   DESCRIPTIONThe overall goal of BRANCHES is to foster knowledge transfer and innovation in agriculture, forestry and rural areas, enhancing the viability and competitiveness of biomass supply chains and promoting…