Print Email Facebook Twitter Expectation and implementation of flexible bioenergy in different countries Title Expectation and implementation of flexible bioenergy in different countries Author Thran, D. Schering, K. Schmieder, U. Andersson, K. Deane, P. Dotzauer, M. Hannula, I. Henning, C. Hoftberger, E. Kiel, J. Kranzl, L. Kroon, P. Lange, N. Nielsen, M.P. Norbeck, K. Philbrook, A. Rowe, I. Schildhauer, T. Schipfer, F. Siikavirta, H. Simila, L. Talluri, G. Publication year 2021 Abstract This report compares eleven OECD members in their status and expectation on flexible bioenergy. This includes Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States of America. The actual role of bioenergy in the different countries strongly varies between sectors and countries, from only some percent up to more than 30% of the final energy demand. The heating and cooling sector is of major relevance today, and the expectation of varying renewable energies in the electricity sector lead to additional demand for flexibility. However, the power sector has a major impact in the perception of energy transition. While most of the countries are still in the decision making for climate neutral energy provision systems towards 2050 at the latest, the consideration of flexible bioenergy is still in an early stage. Subject EnergyEnergy EfficiencyEnergy / Geological Survey Netherlands To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:92350ee9-444d-4b9e-8ea8-94c7ef05234b TNO identifier 953405 Publisher TNO Document type report Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.