J1116e: Consumption of biomass and waste resources by end use in 2015 and modern bioenergy growth by sector, 2008-15


To provide an understanding of the current market landscape for bioenergy, an overview of market developments across the heat, electricity and transport sectors over the 2010-16 period is provided. This highlights key market trends since the production of the previous IEA technology roadmaps on bioenergy, and puts the longer-term scenarios in this roadmap into context.

Biomass and waste are already a significant global energy source, accounting for over 70% of all renewable energy production, and making a contribution to final energy consumption in 2015 that was roughly equivalent to that of coal. The largest end use of biomass and waste remains the traditional use of biomass, which is generally considered an unsustainable application of these resources. The focus of this publication is modern bioenergy solutions; the term bioenergy is generally used to refer to these and exclude the traditional use of biomass. Modern bioenergy consumption is largest in the heat sector, although bioenergy for electricity and transport biofuels is growing faster, mainly due to higher levels of policy support

Source: International Energy Agency. “Technology Roadmap: Delivering Sustainable Bioenergy” http://www.iea.org




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