On behalf of Western Development Commission (WDC), Action Renewables, Finnish Forest Research Institute (Metla), and the Environmental Research Institute (ERI), we are pleased to announce the release of the third BioPAD E-Zine.
Issue 3 is focused on the BioPAD bioenergy workshop and study tour of North Karelia, Finland, which was held in February 2014. The E-zine provides a synopsis of the proceedings during the successful and informative transnational event.
Also included is an outline of the newly released BioPAD report Marine bioenergy overview: the use of macroalgae (seaweed), which details the current status of macroalgae as a renewable source of bioenergy within the BioPAD partner regions of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Rep. of Ireland, and Finland, and describes the main barriers to increased development of this sector.
The e-zine can be found below