Bioenergy from Forest 2016 - Book of Proceedings is published

Bioenergy from Forest 2016 - Book of Proceedings is published and you will find it [here]

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Bioenergy from Forest Conference

Bioenergy from Forest Conference will be held at Ilveslinna, Jämsä from 31st of August to 1st of September 2016. Ilvveslinna is located clos

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TOPIC 1: Biomass Policies, Markets and Sustainability
1.1 Factors Determining and Limiting Sustainable Maximum Yields of Wood Biomass - Case Study of Even-Age Stands of Grey Alder
J. Abolins, Institute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy, University of Latvia & J. Gravitis, Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry, Latvia
1.2 Socio-Economic Opportunities Through Forest Energy Demonstrations and Interlinked Renewable Energy Tourism Developmen
Robert Prinz, Finnish Forest Research Institute & Lasse Okkonen, Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
1.3 Successful Establishment of Demonstration Site Networks and Renewable Energy Tours as Local
Economy Strategy

Robert Prinz, Sami Lamminen, Mikko Nivala and Lauri Sikanen, Finnish Forest Research Institute, Finland
1.4 Intelligent Environment for Research and Innovation Activity of the Production of Bioenergy
Hanne Soininen, Marjatta Lehesvaara and Tuija Ranta-Korhonen, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Finland
1.5 A Hybrid-MCDA Tool for Assessment of Added Value Networks in a Wood-Based Bioeconomy Region
Jakob Hildebrandt and Alberto Bezama, Department of Bioenergy, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ GmbH & Daniela Thrän, Department of Bioenergy, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ GmbH and Abteilung Bioenergysysteme, Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum GmbH – DBFZ, Germany
1.6 Island-Power Study Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg
Alexa K. Lutzenberger, ALRENE Engineering office & Stefan Peter, Germany
1.7 Biomass Atlas – Accelerating Sustainable Usage of Finnish Biomass

Matti Kymenvaara, Risto Juntunen and  Saara Lilja-Rothsten, Forestry Development Centre TAPIO & o Eeva Lehtonen, Riikka Nousiainen, Saija Rasi, MTT & Lauri Sikanen, Perttu Anttila, Mikko Nivala, Metla & Pekka Leskinen, Tuuli Myllymaa, Tanja Myllyviita, Syke &  Mikko Kolehmainen, Tuomas huopana, Markus Stocker, UEF & Pekka Peura, Ari Haapanen, Harri Lehtinen, UWA, Finland
1.8 GAIA Biorefiner Ensures the Sustaunability of the Emerging Forest-Based Value Chain
Maija Aho, Päivi Luoma, and Tiina Pursula, Gaia Consulting Oy, Finland