BIC has published an updated version of its Country Report on Poland.
The new Country Report on Poland builds on the first edition released in 2018. It maps out the potential for bio-based growth in the country, highlighting untapped and under-exploited bio-based resources. The report helps to identify new opportunities for the primary sectors, the food and beverage sector, the blue bioeconomy, bio-based chemicals, etc. to valorise side streams and waste that today have low or no value.
Further developing Europe’s bio-based industries in Poland presents opportunities for domestic and foreign investment at a time when green growth is high on the EU agenda. In addition, the EU continues efforts to increase participation in innovation and research of the EU-13 Widening Countries, which includes Poland.
BIC is a partner in expanding industrial bio-based activities across Europe. To this end, we are focusing on assisting countries that want to benefit more from their enormous potential for a bioeconomy given their availability of sustainable feedstock and presence of innovation centres. Poland’s strong industries in the primary and chemical sectors, combined with its well-organised innovation support infrastructure will make it possible to accelerate bio-based industrial activities and the bioeconomy in the country and the region in the short term.
You can read the new Country Report on Poland on the BIC website on the Publications page.