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Slovak Biomass Association
TU in Zvolen
RSL - 96053 ZVOLEN

Tel.: +421 45 52 06875Fax : +421 45 52 06875
Contact : Jozef Viglasky
Job : President
Statute : Non profit organisation Creation date : 1990
Spoken languages : Cze, Eng, Germ, Rus
Staff : 78 Wood-fuel staff : 32
E-mail : viglasky@vsld.tuzvo.sk
Web site : http://www.skbiom.sk
SK-BIOM
Slovakia
Organisation for promotion

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SK-BIOM is a member of the European Biomass Association AEBIOM. It was established with the objective of dissemination of knowledge on bio-energy to support energy production from biomass in the Slovak Republic. Its main aim is the wide spread implementation of environmentally sound and cost-effective biomass energy systems in Slovakia.

It is currently hosted by the Technical University in Zvolen. TU in Zvolen is continuing the long tradition of forestry and wood technology university studies in Slovakia dating back to 1770. SK-BIOM staff have great experience in implementation of biomass technologies as well as other renewables in a comprehensive manner.

 

 

Wood-fuel expertise

 

- Support to biomass energy activities.

- Organisation of conferences, seminars and workshops for local, regional and national government officials, manufacturers, investors and energy sector managers.

- Feasibility and market studies.

- Development of new biomass energy investment projects.

 

 

References

 

- “Woody biofuel-based heating system at the Technical University in Zvolen” (capacity: 605 kWth), 2000. The project was financed within Programme PSO supported by Dutch Government.

- “Biomass Utilisation in Schools”, a project supported by Danish Government. Within this project were completed two boiler houses in 2000 : in Klokocov (725 kWth) and in Luky (130 kWth);

- “Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emmissions through the Use of Biomass Energy in Northwest Slovakia”, 2001. The project shall focus on the construction of the Central Processing Unit for wood pellet production from wood residues and for the reconstruction of the 44 boiler rooms in schools and public buildings and replacing of existing coal/coke boilers by pellet ones.