|Formation||1990, Brussels, Belgium|
|Purpose||Renewable energy, Bioenergy|
|40 national associations 90 companies (2018)|
|Hannes Tuohiniitty (FI)|
|Christoph Pfemeter (AT)|
Jean-Marc Jossart (BE)
|Board of Directors, Steering Committee, General Assembly|
|Affiliations||WBA (World Biomass Association)|
|European Biomass Association (AEBIOM)|
Bioenergy Europe (formerly known as AEBIOM) is a European trade association open to national biomass associations and bioenergy companies active in Europe. It was founded in 1990 under the leadership of french senator Michel Souplet [fr] with the aim to promote energy generation from biomass - in all its forms: biopower, bioheat or biofuels for transport. Bioenergy Europe is the umbrella organisation of the European Pellet Council (EPC), and the International Biomass Torrefaction Council (IBTC).
As a European trade federation, Bioenergy Europe governance is ensured by its members (see list below) and structured around a General Assembly, a Board of Directors and a Core Groups that decide on the strategic orientations and political lines of the organisation based on the advises of Bioenergy Europe's Working Groups and Secretariat.
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