The Role of Biomass in Achieving Net Zero - Call for Evidence

Closes 15 Jun 2021

Opened 20 Apr 2021

Overview

We are seeking evidence from a range of stakeholders on how sustainable biomass should be sourced and used to best support the UK's Net Zero target. The information gathered will be used to support the development of the upcoming Biomass Strategy.  

Why we are consulting

The Call for Evidence aims to strengthen the Government’s evidence base around biomass and will contribute to a review of the potential for biomass to support the UK’s Net Zero target.

Since the 2012 Bioenergy Strategy was published, biomass has played a prominent role in our efforts to decarbonise the economy. However, the context within which we use Biomass has changed and we should now look system-wide at how and where sustainable biomass can be best used to meet the UK’s Net Zero target.

The information received from the Call for Evidence will help to inform the government’s future policy in this area. We are also seeking to use the Call for Evidence to identify stakeholders and build relationships recognising that the biomass space has changed since we last formally engaged with stakeholders.

Please read the Call for Evidence document published on gov.uk before responding to the questions. You can also find the Call for Evidence document as a PDF attachment at the bottom of this page.

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Audiences

  • SMEs (small and medium businesses)
  • Large businesses (over 250 staff)
  • Multinational businesses
  • Trade bodies
  • Medium business (50 to 250 staff)
  • Micro business (up to 9 staff)
  • Small business (10 to 49 staff)
  • Low carbon technologies
  • Construction
  • Investment
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology (R&D)
  • Finance
  • Installer
  • Energy assesor
  • Consumer organisations
  • Consumers
  • Trade union or staff association
  • Employment lawyers
  • Businesses
  • Universities
  • University associations
  • Scientists
  • Research Councils
  • Research Funders
  • Science Policy organisations and thinktanks
  • National Academies
  • Researchers
  • Innovation community
  • Thinktanks
  • Freelance researchers
  • General public
  • Charities
  • Local government
  • Charity or social enterprise
  • Regulator
  • Non-departmental public bodies
  • The Devolved Administrations
  • Charities and Third Sector organisations
  • Non-Government Organisations
  • Biotechnology companies
  • Bioscience

Interests

  • Science funding
  • Innovation
  • Research
  • R&D
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy and climate change
  • Carbon budgets
  • Carbon offsetting
  • Emissions
  • Carbon capture and storage
  • Carbon markets
  • Carbon neutrality
  • Climate change
  • Bioeconomy