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  • Sep 19, 2022


Project goal: Europe is energy independent of fossil fuels of the aggressor country!


  Mission: European countries by 2050 year-  neutral CO2 emissions!


Potential of European countries:

-with the use of marginal lands of European countries (within 2% of the total area) and the creation of Industrial Plantations of Energy Willows (IPEW) for growing forests for biomass, reduces natural gas use by 56.6 billion m3 each year and save 14, 7 billion euros a year. Table №1.


- reduction of CO2 emissions by 2.3 billion tons, through the creation of industrial plantations of energy willows (IPEW) on the marginal lands of European countries with an annual rainfall of over 600 mm. Table №2.


- the creation of the IPEW as a forest strip along highways (patent №139085, page #6) will replace another 26 billion m3 of gas and save 7 billion euros each year. Table №3.


- reduction of CO2 emissions by another 870 million tons per year by creating industrial plantations of energy willows (IPEW) on the roads of European countries with an annual rainfall of over 600 mm. Table №4



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