Workshop: Biomass Supply Issues and Solutions

14. May 2007 - 16. May 2007
Hotel Schwärzler
Bregenz, AT

The workshop represents a regular event of this three year period of Task 29 activities. It provides an opportunity for specialists and non-specialists alike to learn and participate in an action focused on understanding the complex social and economic interactions of bioenergy and community.


Organised by IEA Bioenergy Tasks 29

Content Description

  • Compare and contrast different approaches taken to local, regional and cross-boundary partnership in partner countries
  • Learn from Best Practice (including invited papers)
  • Hear reports from completed, ongoing and planned projects
  • Visit targeted projects and community actions during a study tour


The Task 29 workshop in Austria is part of a series of international workshops within Task 29 taking place on a regular basis.

Altogether, the workshop consists of several technical sessions, meetings, study tours and social events as follows:

Sunday, 13th May

  • Arrival in Bregenz, Optional social programme (visits of local attractions - more on
  • 18.00 Meeting of National Team Leaders; Welcome Drink

Monday, 14th May

Task 29 Workshop at Hotel Schwärzler, Bregenz

  • 9.00 - 12.00 Technical Session I
    Welcome by BMVIT, Land Vorarlberg and Energieinstitut Vorarlberg
    Focus on biomass supply
  • 14.00 - 17.00 Technical Session II
    Focus on other socio-economic issues
  • 17.30 - 19.00 Task 29 Business Session
    Work Programme for 2007
    New activities and proposals
    Future meetings

Study tour - Tuesday, 15th May (whole day), Wednesday 16th May (half day)


Participant Information

Please register before 1st May 2007 by fax or email using the registration form from above.

Contact Address

Task 29

Mr Velimir Segon
Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar
PP 141, HR-10001 Zagreb, Croatia
Tel.: +385 1 6326 158
Fax: +385 1 6040 599

Local organiser

Ms Daniela Scholl
Energieinstitut Vorarlberg
Stadtstrasse 33/CCD, A-6850 Dornbirn, Austria
Tel.: +43-5572-31 202-90
Fax: +43-5572-31 202-190