Bioenergy Europe’s third video of a series of four dedicated to #bioenergy feedstock coming from #agriculture, both perennial energy crops and agricultural residues. In this video we focus on the potential of miscanthus as a perennial dedicated energy crop. Thanks to this crop’s unique characteristics, miscanthus can be grown on degraded land and can mitigate soil erosion. These environmental benefits, and the little maintenance required (no fertilizers needed and harvest once a year) makes of miscanthus a fascinating crop deserving more attention and investment. About agrobiomass: With around 20% of the bioenergy feedstock coming from agriculture, both dedicated energy crops and agricultural residues can be utilised to produce #heat, #electricity and #biofuels. Agricultural #biomass represents an important and sustainable energy source although its potential remains largely untapped. Agricultural biomass is key to achieve Europe’s long-term decarbonisation objectives. Get our factsheet on Agrobiomass here: Special thanks to Emmanuel de Maupeou, NovaBiom Lorenzo Avello, Planeta Renewables Aricia Evlard, ValBiom Sergii Chabannyi, BEECO New C-Land Interreg Project Footages of miscanthus fields kindly provided by NovaBiom & Bio Eco Energy Company (BEECO)

This video sheds light on the meaning of carbon neutrality and explains the role of bioenergy in decarbonisation and climate change mitigation. Bioenergy is a carbon neutral, renewable energy that represents 10% of the European Union energy mix. The biomass carbon cycle is the most fundamental process in the production of bioenergy and is essential in understanding biomass as a viable part of achieving Europe’s ambitious climate ambition. Bioenergy Europe is the voice of European bioenergy. It aims to develop a sustainable bioenergy market based on fair business conditions. For more information visit