The Conference took place on October 24th at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb. BioVill Conference was organized within cooperation with CoolHeating project founded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 for which is responsible the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture. The conference was dedicated to small modular renewable heating and cooling grids, district heating systems for the realization of bioenergy projects. The conference was addressed to key actors from rural communities, rural developers, policy makers, local stakeholders, change-makers who believe in the power of community-driven projects. The idea was to spread the knowledge, inspire other communities and share the experience gained through the BioVill&Coolheating projects with proactive people and organizations in the field of community development. The conference was attended by the Mr. Ralf Roggenbauer, one of the partners which BioVill Consortium meet at second study visit to Energiepark Bruck an der Leitha in Austria. Mr. Ralf give to audience firsthand information from his own perspective about the importance of increasing the production and use of bioenergy and renewable energy sources through the implementation of complex bioenergy projects such as implementation of bioenergy villages from Austria.