How does the energy of the future reach us and in what form? Where does it come from? The energy of the future is green, and it is the primary megatrend of decarbonization which is addressed by SBIOCI. 

At the Paris conference in 2015, participating countries agreed on a radical departure from the use of fossil fuels such as oil and coal. The International community is counting on the unlimited power of the sun, wind, water and nature.

The EU has set itself a long-term goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80-95 %, when compared to 1990 levels, by 2050.  Denmark recently decided, to reduce by 70 % within 2030.


Sustainable biomass is a vital component of the decarbonization strategy. Wood chips is one of the key sources of biomass for power plants.
The general market for wood chips for CHP power plants and pulp is on the rise, with increased demand from Europe, Japan, China and Korea. The large North European consumers of biomass depend on imports as domestic supply is limited.