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BiomassMuse was involved in a study on the effects of a CO2 tax on the energy-intensive industry in Germany. Since the CO2 price plays an important role in successfully completing the energy and raw materials transition, the topic is presented in this article.
We experience political debates for the most part via the news that the colorful media jungle offers us. Market and industry developments, as well as scientific discoveries on bioenergy are served to us by the varied media landscape in a way that is appropriate for the reception. After all, there is a lot to report and the world is developing 24/7 at such a rapid pace,
Biosprit not only stands for the representative of the bioenergy community who is committed to the energy transition in the fuel market, but also for the most severely criticized renewable energy source. In the past 3 years there have been regular shitstorm volleys in the media about the proponents of biofuels, which have pushed the industry down to the fundamental questions
Does the bioeconomy need science? Very critically and almost cynically, scientists are the part of our fellow citizens who play thought chess in an elite ivory tower far from reality, provide us with fear of the future and with their institutes and experiments around 4.5 billion euros (2011) in tax money annually (1.3) XNUMX% of
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Ideas between bioenergy and biomass
Building a bioeconomy is one of the challenges that unites today's generations. In the zeitgeist of the energy and raw material turnaround, the switch from fossil fuels (coal, crude oil, natural gas) to renewable biomass is one of the steps towards starting a sustainable circular economy. Help us :)