BIORAISE

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Summary:

Estimation of the potentials of agrobiomass transport and recolection

Main objective:

Provides overview of biomass availability and enables sub selection of biomass types, collection circles. For the collection to a point it assesses cost (road side+ collection cost), emissions, water use risk, it also allocates crops in competition with other land uses.

End user:

Biomass producers and companies searching for biomass feedstock

WISDOM: “Woodfuel Integrated Supply/Demand Overview Mapping”

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Summary:

Assessment and strategic planning by experts

Main objective:

WISDOM serves as an ASSESSING and STRATEGIC PLANNING tool to identify priority places for action. The “Woodfuel Integrated Supply/Demand Overview Mapping” (WISDOM) is a spatial-explicit method for highlighting and determining priority areas of intervention and supporting wood energy / bioenergy planning and policy formulation.

End user:

Investors, Public institutions

Biomass TradeCentre II

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Summary:

Database with biomass related info (products, technical information, suppliers...)

Main objective:

Development of biomass trade and logistic centres for sustainable mobilisation of local wood biomass resources

End user:

Biomass owners, biomass management companies, End Users, Cooperatives / RESCoops, Associations

TRASE: Transparent supply chains for sustainable economies

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Summary:

Data tools for different supply chains (mostly food products)

Main objective:

Trase allows users to map supply chains of internationally traded agricultural commodities, such as palm oil and soy, at scale, from the countries where they are produced to the countries that import them, identifying the key supply chain companies along the way. This information can then be mapped against environmental and social indicators to support improved decision making around responsible production, sourcing and investments, as well as monitoring and enforcement. One of the main innovations of Trase is the fact that we map this central portion of global commodity supply chains - from jurisdictions of production to countries of import - for the entire exports of a given commodity.

End user:

Biomass owners, biomass management companies, ESCOs, Public institutions, Research centers, investors, end users, associations