If you ask business players across Europe, most of them will agree that fossil fuels are outdated and that they increasingly are a source of threats and instability for their businesses. However, when it comes to the great leap towards renewables, a lack or shortage of information acts as a strong deterrent for many. Bioenergy has a lot to offer in such a context, already providing a great number of companies everywhere on the continent with sustainable, affordable and secure supply. Even if media often focus all their attention on wind and solar, the reality is that bioenergy accounts for more than 60% of the EU’s renewable energy consumption, a share that is steadily growing and expected to continue to do so in the near future. This success can be explained by the fact that bioenergy is backed by mature and efficient technology together with very competitive fuels compared to coal, oil or gas.