Green Energy Innovative Biomass Cluster is involved in several international initiatives to promote and develop bioenergy field.
Promoting the use of agricultural biomass for heating in rural areas in Europe.
.COSMENERG-4i 'Global Clusters for Renewable Energy and Environmental Technologies' is the biggest partnership in the field of renewable energy and environmental technologies originating in Central and Eastern Europe. It comprises around 450 members including large companies and SMEs, research institutions, universities, local authorities, and related stakeholders. COSMENERG-4i was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Budapest, Hungary.
Moldovan-Romanian cooperation in the field of biomass energy.
COSMENERG - Cluster Excellence project in the Central and Eastern European network of cluster organizations in the field of (eco- and bio) energy, renewable energy, and environmental technologies
The objective of the BioVill project is to transfer and adapt experiences gained in countries where bioenergy villages already exists (Germany and Austria) to countries with less examples in this sector (Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia and Romania). The project fosters the development of the bioenergy sector in selected target countries by strengthening the role of locally produced biomass as a main contributor for energy supply on local level, considering opportunities of market uptake or expansion for local farmers, wood producers or SMEs.
The development and adoption of renewable and sustainable energy have become a top priority in Europe and is Horizon 2020’s most prominent theme.
Exchange of experience between researchers in the field of bioresources.
Develope and promote an integrated heating system based on biomass and encourage the development of eco-enterprises along the value chain of biomass.
Switching to district heating systems for diversification of supply, reducing gas dependency and increasing the use of locally available renewable sources
Promoting in Romania the technology for the cultivation of the energy willow (Salix Viminalis) as an alternative source of clean energy.
Education and public awareness of environmental protection
Experience exchange to increase energy efficiency in rural areas in the Central Region.