Resource Efficiency to achieve the targets of Bioeconomy for 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark, 5 June 2013
This half-day workshop is a Parallel Event hosted within the 21st European Biomass Conference and Exhibition. The workshop programme has been organised by EBTP and the Renewable Heating & Cooling European Technology Platform. The aim of the workshop is to map current research, demonstration and policy related activities for biomass supply and logistics; discuss future priorities for short (2020), medium (2030) and long term (2050) targeting efficient resource mobilisation.
The meeting is organised in collaboration with the Bioboost, BASIS, Biomass Policies, Europunning, INFRES, LogistEC, OPTIMA, OPTIMISC and Sector projects.
The workshop is open to all registered participants forthe main conference.
Please note: A fee is payable for workshop participants who are not registered for the 21st European Biomass Conference and Exhibition.
Biomass Supply Challenges: How to meet biomass demand by 2020?
Rotterdam, Netherlands, 15 March 2012
A half-day workshop jointly organised by the European Biofuels Technology Platform and the Renewable Heating and Cooling European Technology Platform, in co-operation with World Biofuels Markets 2012.
Demand for sustainable biomass is forecast to increase greatly over the next decade for biofuels producers (road, air and marine), biorefineries, utilities and bioenergy producers. This workshop brings together speakers from various sectors across Europe to discuss the challenge of providing reliable volumes of biomass at competitive cost, while meeting sustainability criteria.
Presentations from the workshop are now available. Thanks to all the speakers and aprticipants for their valuable inights into biomass supply and demand issues.
Second International Workshop on Biomass & Carbon Capture and Storage
Cardiff, UK, 25 -26 October 2011
The Bio-CCS JTF was involved in the the Second International Workshop on Biomass & Carbon Capture and Storage, which was hosted by the Cardiff Univesity School of Engineering on 25th and 26th October 2011.
The workshop was organised by Bellona in association with Cardiff University (both respresented on the EBTP Steering Commitee). Bellona is also a member of ZEP. The event was kindly sponsored by Alstom and IEAGHG, and builds upon the 1st International Workhop on Bio-CCS held in Orléans France on 14th and 15th October 2010.
View presentations on the following topics covered by the Second Workshop:
- Technology and Potential of Bio-CCS in Pulp and Paper Industry
- R&D needs within Bio-CCS
- IEAGHG Activities on Bio-CCS, including Techno-economic Evaluation of Biomass Fired or Co-Fired Power Plants with Post-Combustion CO2 Capture
- Options for biomass power with CCS: status, prospects and risks
- Potential relationships between subsurface microbial communities and Bio-CCS storage zones
- Co-firing biomass with fossil fuels in energy production and industry Technology Limitations to implementation of BIO-CCS Systems
- Feasibility of Bio-CCS In CHP Production – A Case Study of Biomass Cofiring Plant in Finland
- Greek Lignite / Cardoon co-firing at PPC Kardia Power Plant
- The cost-effectiveness of policy instruments for developing bioenergies with CO2 capture and geological storage
- Can Bio-CCS help improve Green House Gas mitigation objectives?
- Uncertainty about long term CO2 targets : a corporate response
- BECCS in Japan – An Analysis of Negative Emissions Potential for Bioenergy as a Mitigation Tool
- Pilot-scale co-firing of brownfield biomass resources under oxy-fuel conditions
- Kinetic analysis of biomass combustion under air and oxy-fuel condition