BioEnergy Farm I
The BioEnergy Farm (I) project is the predecessor of the actual BioEnergy Farm II project. Where the BioEnergy Farm II project is focussing on small scale, farm based digestion, the previous project was more focussing on centralized installations.
The BioEnergy Farm project was concerned with increasing the use and production of bioenergy and biofuels in agriculture.
To achieve this goal, it offered farmers, foresters and landowners free access to:
- Reliable information on bioenergy and biofuels
- Calculation tools necessary to evaluate profitability of bioenergy and biofuels for each individual case
- Expert advice and support
The online and offline calculation tools developed during this project are still available to download. Because the project was funded by the Intelligent Energy Agency of the European Union, these tools can been downloaded free of charge.
The BioEnergy Farm project reached out to the public through the press, electronic newsletters, and through being present at farmers’ exhibitions. The goal was to encourage farmers, foresters and land-owners to take into consideration bioenergy use and production and to provide them with tools and knowledge necessary to find the most profitable option.
With this button you can download a calculation tool which enables you to calculate the feasibility of a biomass boiler.
With this button you can use the online feasibility calculator for large scale biogasinstallations (>25.000 ton input/year).
With this button you can download a calculation tool which enables you to calculate the feasibility of a large scale biogas installation (>25.000 ton input/year).