AgroBioHeat: Promoting the penetration of agrobiomass heating solutions in European rural areas
Period 2019-2021
Financing Horizon 2020
Services Market Research
Sector Agro-biomass and Energy crops Heat energy from biomass
Location Ukraine
Partners Greece, Spain, France, Romania, Hungary and Ukraine

AgroBioHeat project aims to produce a mass deployment of improved and market ready agrobiomass heating solutions in Europe. Agrobiomass is a large, underexploited and indigenous resource, which can support the achievement of the European Energy and Climate targets, while promoting rural development and circular economy.

Actions will be mainly located in 6 European countries (EL, ES, FR, RO, HR and UA; 5 EU-28+Ukraine) where an extensive national movement is intended to be created by the engagement, alignment of interests and creation of policy, financial and social conditions favouring the expansion of agrobiomass heating; at the EU level, specific policy recommendations regarding the efficiency and emissions of agrobiomass heating solutions will be passed on to relevant bodies for the development of new regulations.

Agrobioheat is a Coordination and Support Action (CSA) project co-financed by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

This EU contribution-financing is based on Grant Agreement no. 818369, signed between the project consortium and the European Commission.

Adopt modern solutions for agrobiomass heating and reap the benefits:

  • Reduce your heating costs!.
  • Support rural growth and circular economy!.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint and help fight climate change!.

Agrobiomass, a perfect heating fuel for:

  • Farms and rural households.
  • Schools and municipal buildings and other community energy projects.
  • Agro-industries, greenhouses and others!

Additional information about AgroBioHeat project you can find on the official project website.

Contact person in Ukraine: Tetiana Zhelyezna (

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