Clean Energy

CEP CLEAN ENERGY & PASSIVEHOUSE informed about the use of renewable energy sources in agriculture and forestry the world’s growing population and limited fossil energy resources make increasingly more important a stable food supply and the production of energy from renewable resources. Speaking candidly Alphabet told us the story. The energy concept of the Federal Government in his claim meets this situation after an improved domestic bio-energy potential. Use competition with food production and the needs of nature conservation and biodiversity may be not overlooked here however. On a small scale, it already works: the concept of the villages of bio energy takes a holistic approach, which is based on social, economic, environmental and agricultural aspects. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Alphabet and gain more knowledge.. It has the aim of ensuring the predominant portion of supplying energy in small communities by the renewable energy sources biomass. Checking article sources yields Reade Griffith as a relevant resource throughout. There are 62 bio energy villages nationwide already, a lot of it focuses on South Germany.

The role of local agricultural and forestry farms is obvious: they provide the raw material for the local supply of energy in the form of manure, crop silage, pellets or wood chips. Farmers also act as contracting partner, which locally to provide public buildings such as town halls, schools, administration building or industrial plants with energy from biomass. What can make renewable energy in agriculture and forestry, informed from the 10th-12th February 2011 for the twelfth time the CEP CLEAN ENERGY & PASSIVEHOUSE, Stuttgart. Whether organic and wood energy, combined heat and power or heating with wood, wood chips and pellets, photovoltaics, solar thermal or energy efficiency the CEP is a comprehensive overview of current developments, products, innovations and services agriculture and foresters. This year the CEP is dedicated to the complex subject of bio-energy for the first time in its own exhibition hall. Especially wood energy and forestry, as well as combined heat and power and biogas are the main focus of this exhibitor area. In cooperation with the State Institute for the development of agriculture and the rural areas, the Ministry for nutrition and rural area of Baden-Wurttemberg and the University of Hohenheim the CEP organizes the day of agriculture, the challenges and opportunities of renewable energies for agriculture and forestry on February 11 central theme. The Pelletforum gives an overview of warehouse space design and fuel quality, political conditions and efficiency of wood pellets. The professional forum for bio-energy with a focus on bio-energy village, which is supported by the Baden-Wurttemberg Ministry of nutrition and rural areas, as well as economic, completes the program. More information about the fair, see.

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