European Policymakers rate the EUBCE of being highly relevant for the current European political agenda. Economic Recovery and Climate policy are both top priorities for them, and this years EUBCE has been dedicated to it.

Philippe Mauguin, INRAE President, e-EUBCE General Chair, introduces the new virtual EUBCE, underlining the challenge that we have to face after COVID-19 to safeguard environment and society, putting in the centre of the debate the issue of the sustainability of the bioeconomy. See his message.

Maria Gracia Carvalho, former Minister of Energy and now Member of the European Parliament welcomed the conference -which she was chairing last year- as a wonderful contribution for creating the vision for a real Green Deal by integrating the first time the aspects of Bioeconomy in the conference. See how she explains how this helps the economic recovery and the social wellbeing in Europe.

Claudes Turmes, Minister for Energy of Luxembourg has chosen to record his videomessage close to a forest, underlining how important the bio-economy is for the European Citizen. He places bioeconomy as a cornerstone for making Europe more resilient and points how the climate urgency requires us to not loose time. See his visions.

e-EUBCE 2020


Opening Video


Visit Exhibition


Live Stage Agenda


Jean-François Dallemand


Detailed Conference Programme


Highlights of the Conference


Parallel Events


The Virtual Experience


Outline Programme


Closing Session - AuRevoir


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Closing Video

e-EUBCE Closing Highlights


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BE-Sustainable Magazine – July 2020

The content of BE Sustainable include a selection of relevant and cutting-edge contributions presented at EUBCE.

BE-Sustainable, the official source of EUBCE news. includes  information and resources on biomass, bioenergy and the bioeconomy.

This publication is an effort to contribute to this debate by bringing as much science and fact-based content to a wide audience of readers, inside and outside the biomass community, as well as to provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge and to go ahead with progress and development of a sustainable biomass sector.


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Why You Should Register for This Event

  • Enjoy one of a kind live experience
  • Connect and ask questions to experts in a one-to-one or collaborative environment
  • Watch live (or on-demand) online presentations
  • e-EUBCE 2020: the on-demand complete video of the event is available to view until September 2020
  • Download valuable materials to access later or share with colleagues
  • Chat live with experts, partners and other biomass and bioenergy community members from around the globe

The e-EUBCE 2020 event welcomes you with its main theme, “Bioeconomy’s role in the post-pandemic economic recovery”.

It is our goal that this virtual, online-only event will continue to meet the needs of the biomass community and to ensure fruitful future support for the research and professional communities.
We are absolutely convinced that e-EUBCE will prove to be as always an excellent tool for celebrating innovation and sharing best practices for our mutual social and economic development.

Virtual sessions and interactive booths within the exhibition floor will allow for live interaction with organisations active in bioeconomy development.

The work of scientific and industry authors will be presented during e-EUBCE and published in the digital proceedings, with e-posters available for virtual consultation.

We feel confident that the e-EUBCE will serve as a place of learning where we can all share the latest models, approaches, and research, continuing with all the best traditions of the academic and industry sectors and representing for all participants a treasured personal and professional experience.

EUBCE 2020 will fully integrate Bioeconomy into its conference programme

The 28th EUBCE will expand its portfolio from energy related biomass production and conversion of bio-based feedstock to other sectors of the economy and will now integrate the bioeconomy into its conference programme.

Relive the most significant moments of EUBCE 2019 and listen to the participants

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