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MAZOVIA2019-06-19T16:00:37+02:00

Mazovia
At A Glance

Area: 35.558 km²

Total population: 5.391.813

Bioeconomy maturity: Medium – low

Bioeconomy strategy: No

Main feedstock: Agricultural residues, water waste treatment and sludge, municipal waste, forest residues

POWER4BIO partner: Mazovia Energy Agency (MAE)

Contact person for Mazovia: Aleksandra Luks

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Bioeconomy Strategy

The Mazovia Region didn’t elaborate the regional strategy of bioeconomy so far, but the idea of bioeconomy is present in many strategic documents:

  • Development Strategy of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship 2030
  • Regional Innovation Strategy for the Mazowieckie Voivodeship 2020
  • Rural Development Programme for 2014-2020
  • Waste Management Plan of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship

Main Targets Of The Region Regarding Bioeconomy

  • Development of rural areas through strengthening local specializations and diversifying economic activity
  • Developing an agri-food industry making use of local resources
  • Facilitating access to agricultural advisory services and developing and upgrading technical infrastructure used to produce and store agricultural products
  • Connection and symbiosis of the chemical and waste management sectors with agriculture
  • Bioeconomy as a source of resources for development RES in the Mazovia Region

Main Stakeholders
In The Region

Local authorities (regional government and 314 municipalities)

Entrepreneurs

Farmers

R+D institutes

Available Biomass Sources
At Regional Level

  • Straw
  • Hay
  • Forests
  • Orchards
  • Cereals
  • Sugar beet
  • Rapeseed
  • Potatoes
  • Livestock
POWER4BIO Regions – Overview

All Regions Participating In POWER4BIO

Ten regions from nine different countries are participating in POWER4BIO, five of which coming from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and five from Western and Southern Europe (WSE).

Germany
Hungary
Ukraine
Spain
Poland
Czech
Bavaria
Italy
Belgium
Slovakia