Bioenergy TCP

The Bioenergy TCP aims to accelerate the production and use of sustainable and cost competitive biomass for energy. Activities under this TCP assist policy makers to gain perspective on progress in bioenergy and working with industry to develop standards. 

Bus fuelled by biomethane (Malmö, Sweden).*


  • Biomass combustion and co-firing
  • Gasification of biomass and waste
  • Direct thermochemical liquefaction
  • Integrating energy recovery into solid waste management systems
  • Energy from biogas
  • Climate change effects of biomass and bioenergy systems
  • Commercialising conventional and advanced liquid biofuels from biomass
  • Sustainable biomass markets and international bioenergy trade 
  • Biorefining in a future bioeconomy
  • Biomass feedstocks for energy markets
  • Sustainable bioenergy supply chains
  • Fuel pre-treatment of biomass residues in the supply chain for thermal conversion


Contracting Parties: 25


* Photo courtesy of ODB Technologies

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