The Agrobiomass Observatory has been created and is managed by Centre for Research and Technology Hellas / Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute in the framework of the AgroBioHeat project. The AgroBioHeat project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 reserch and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 818369. Its overall aim is to promote the market uptake of renewable energy solutions based on agricultural biomass in European rural areas. The web design and development of the Agrobiomass Observatory was done by Quality Information Systems (www.quis.gr).
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