Sustainable bioenergy development relies on a combination of sustainable resource procurement, production and use of low carbon fuels and chemicals, as well as a joined-up approach to research and policy that looks at the whole energy system.
The Bio4Fuels Days 2019 conference was held in Gothenburg, Sweden, 4 - 6 November, addressing these issues.
The conference broght together researchers, industry specialists and policy-makers to review the status of bioenergy deployment, analyze the future of sustainable biofuel production and use in Europe, and conneced sectorial expertise with a view to supporting sustainable biofuel production and greenhouse gas mitigation.
This year's Bio4Fuels Days was a joint conference organized by three research centres:
- f3 Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels, SE
- Supergen Bioenergy Hub, UK
- Bio4Fuels, NO
Program and presentations
The conference program and list of participants can be found here.
Presentations, picures and videos can be found here.
A Special issue of the journal Biomass and Bioenergy (ELSEVIER) will be connected to the conference.
Back-to-Back Workshop 6th November: A Nordic Workshop - a strategic discussion spanning over the coming decade. We identified some hot spots and discussed solutions.