Previous related projects

NERC Carbo-BioCrop Understanding processes determining soil carbon balance under perennial bioenergy crops

ETI-ELUM Energy Technologies Institute- Ecosystem Land Use Modelling & Soils C Flux Trial


UK based bioenergy information.

BBSRC BSBEC Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council's Sustainable Bioenergy Centre.

BBSRC Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council's Strategic plan in bioenergy.

Biomass energy centre A 'one stop shop' to provide information to anyone in the UK with an interest in biomass.

BEIS (was DECC) Department of Energy and Climate Change.

DEFRA Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) bioenergy web pages.

Environment Agency Environment Agency biomass web pages.

ETI Energy Technologies Institute Bioenergy pages. A UK based company formed from global industries and the UK government.

Forest Research Short Rotation Coppice yield models for Great Britain.

NERC LWEC Natural Environmental Research Council Living with Environmental change pages.

NFU National Farmers' Union.

NNFCC The National Non-Food Crops Centre website.

Supergen-Bioenergy A consortium aiming to advance, develop and influence UK bioenergy research and industry.

TSEC-Biosys a multi-disciplinary team with strong expertise in bioenergy research  exploring the potential of bioenergy in the UK.

UKERC UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) a centre of world-class research into sustainable future energy systems.

Globally based bioenergy information.

DOE The U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) Bioenergy Research Centers

Energy Biosciences Institute Seeking a New World of Renewable Energy

FAO Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.

GBEP Global Bioenergy Partnership. Bringing together public, private and civil society stakeholders in a joint commitment to promote bioenergy for sustainable development.

GHG Europe Greenhouse gas management in European land use systems.

IEA Bioenergy The International Energy Agency acts as energy policy advisor to 28 Member Countries plus the European Commission, in their effort to ensure reliable, affordable, and clean energy for their citizens.

United Nations International Bioenergy Initiative The International Bioenergy Initiative (IBI) advances environmentally and economically sustainable strategies for harnessing biomass energy in ways that don't reduce food supplies.