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Bioeconomy- the next big step for FNR

 Friday, November 3, 2023

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Following the footsteps of LIGNA23, FNR puts spotlight on bioeconomy and emphasizes on creating value through right communication. The topic of bioeconomy was one of the focus topics of the LIGNA23 and will again play an important role in the LIGNA25. The Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR) has taken an important step in the respective segment and is now releasing documentary as well as organizing and important events to thrive the concept and practices of bioeconomy.

While the documentary gives a good overview of the cascade use of wood – from harvesting to waste wood recycling, with the event “Circularly efficient wood construction system solutions” the specialist agency for renewable raw materials e. V. (FNR) will continue its series of topics on building with wood on November 15, 2023.

The event series “Green Heat for Villages and Cities” provides information on sustainable heat supply, including regionally sustainably available biomass and other renewable energy sources as well as waste heat. Together with the FNR, numerous partners and municipal actors are available to exchange information. This seminar is about the provision of district heating through bioenergy. The following aspects will be discussed:

• Building, expanding and renovating

• Outdoor facilities and vehicle fleet

• Building cleaning

• Best practice examples, quality marks

The themed afternoons are aimed at participants from the fields of civil engineering, architecture, housing associations and students. They are designed as digital panel discussions and take into account the growing need for information and training in climate-friendly construction and renovation with sustainably produced wood. The event focuses on the question: What potential and challenges exist in circular construction?

Use more hardwood. A research project by the Miebach engineering firm for timber construction and timber bridge construction, the Federation for the Environment and Nature Conservation Germany and the University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Hildesheim/Holzminden/Göttingen shows how this forestry goal can be achieved.

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