Welcome to Stockholm and the workshop Guidelines to overcome barriers for commercialization of advanced biofuels!

Welcome to Stockholm and the workshop Guidelines to overcome barriers for commercialization of advanced biofuels!


The Swedish Bioenergy Association (SVEBIO) invites to a physical and digital seminar/workshop from IEA Bioenergy TCP with Task 39 (biofuels), Task 40 (biomass) and Task 45 (supply) in cooperation with the Swedish Gasification Centre (SFC) and Task 33 (gasification).

In the wake of COP26, biofuels – bioliquids, and green gases – are essential in the global effort to replace fossil fuels and reach the Paris Agreement goals. As businesses, industries, and societies begin a green recovery in a post-pandemic world, the demand for transportation fuels is expected to rise. Biofuels are an important and reliable climate-neutral part of the solution available today – and viable for tomorrow!

However, the investments must be much larger to boost the needed production. Stronger policy support and a greater rate of innovation are required to reduce the costs of development and scale up. An intertask project have analyzed international progress and experiences to identify which approaches have proved to be most effective. The project have essentially answered research questions:

  • What are key factors for the success of sustainable advanced biofuel projects?
  • What is required to re-stimulate vigorous biofuels development and commercialization?

The workshop will discuss current state and guidelines to overcome the technical, economic, societal and political barriers in past and ongoing booms and busts cycles of biofuel technologies and to stimulate increased future markets for production and consumption of advanced transport biofuels.

Be part of the development and discuss the current policy and technologies with large industrial biofuels projects. The event is a hybrid event – with both online and on-site participation options. Fill in your registration now, as the number of delegates are limited.

The workshop is geared towards people that are involved in creating a sustainable transport sector. Speakers and delegates consist of a high blend of policymakers and politicians, leading academics, researchers, engineers, as well as executives and representatives from companies and organizations.

• Heitor Cantarella, FAPESP • Henrik Thunman, Chalmers • Kyriakos Maniatis, Independent Consultant • Nicolaus Dahmen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology • Luc Pelkmans, IEA Bioenergy • Tomas Ekbom, Svebio

• Alarik Sandrup, ePURE • Johanna Mossberg, RISE • Dina Bacovsky, BIOENERGY 2020+  • Franziska Mûller-Langer, DBFZ • Cecilia Higa, Svebio • Jonas Rudberg, Porcupine

Please note that space at the venue is limited.

For more information, please contact Mr Tomas Ekbom, Program Director

Phone: +46 8 441 70 83

Email: abc@svebio.se

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