The ROKWOOD project produced a series of scientific articles and a lot of information material about the resource efficient production and utilization of woody biomass from SRPs

In cooperation with the Association of Applied Biologists, Rothamsted Research, the Supergen Bioenergy Hub and the Logistec Project the Final Conference of ROKWOOD took place in Brussels on the 20 October 2015.

The ROKWOOD final meeting took place on 19 October 2015 in Brussels at EUBIAs office. Amongst other issues the project partners discussed with the European Project Officer of ROKWOOD Olivier Brunet how this very successful initiative can be continued in the future.

ROKWOOD - Resource efficient production and utilization of woody biomass from SRPs European - Best Practice and Key Findings - it is online now!

A main outcome of ROKWOOD is the JOINT ACTION PLAN - it is online now!

Four ROKWOOD information videos on SRC have been developed in the last few months.

The 5th ROKWOOD meeting took place in Mullingar / Ireland from the 11th to the 13th November 2014.

The meeting included an information seminar and networking session with the Midlands Growers Groups and an intersting site visit tour within the Midlands Region.

Kevin Lindegaard of Crops for Energy kicks off the SUPERGEN Annual Assembly in Birmingham 5 NOVEMBER 2014

Kevin Lindegaard of Crops for Energy Ltd. presented a paper called "Promoting policy development and an EU Action Plan for the Woody Energy Crops Sector" at the Supergen Annual Assembly in Birmingham on the 5th November. Kevin's presentation was one of two talks on SRC that kicked off this years event.

The ROKWOOD mid-term meeting was held from 4th to 6th of June in the city of Goslar, Germany, hosted by the German ROKWOOD cluster.

Representatives of all participating institutions took part in the meeting to present the results of their work of the past months and to discuss the work for the coming months.

Irish Cluster of the ROKWOOD project hosted a Biomass / SRC for Renewable Heat workshop in Athlone, Co. Westmeath on 15th May.

Presentations were given the Irish Cluster co-ordinator Patrick Daly of DIT and by Roisin Grimes (IrBEA), Barry Caslin (Teagasc), Michael Doran (Action Renewables & IrBEA), Paddy Phelan (Carlow Kilkenny Energy Agency) and John Keely.


The Provincial Council of Granada, through the Granada provincial Energy Agency, officially launches "Granada is Green" campaign, referring to the potential for development in our province with biomass production and associated thermal uses, in addition to the possibility of other renewable "green" energies.