Date(s) - 21/11/2019
16:00 - 18:00
Press Club Brussels Europe
The role of advanced Renewable Fuels in decarbonising transport by 2030 and beyond
Join us and discuss with key experts the role of advanced renewable fuels for
decarbonised energy and mobility systems in Europe.
In the name of decarbonising road, maritime and air transportation, while also reaching climate targets, renewable fuels will serve as an essential cornerstone. What are the key results in terms of providing sustainable biomass feedstock? What is the best way to tackle market barriers in order to scale up the end use of biofuels and renewable fuels?
The European Technology and Innovation Platform and the ADVANCEFUEL project are hosting a press briefing on 21 November 2019, from 16:00-17:00, in order to share the latest findings on these key topics that determine the market roll-out of advanced biofuels. Upscaling biofuels is crucial and indispensable when considering the way forward to the energy transition. Learn about the current roadblocks that stand in the way of climate targets (and how to remove them) in the briefing where the strategy to ensure a smooth market uptake of renewable fuels will be introduced.
16:00 Welcome & moderated by Stuart Reigeluth, REVOLVE
16:05 Keynote: The state of advanced renewable fuels in the European Union (Maria Georgiadou, Senior Expert R&I Biofuels and Bioenergy, European Commission)
16:15 Round table: “Advanced renewable fuels on the road to decarbonising transport by 2030 and beyond”
- René Venendaal, CEO, BTG -BTL
- Kristin Sternberg, Project Coordinator ADVANCEFUEL, FNR
- Patrik Klintbom, Senior Researcher, ETIP Bioenergy
- Ayla Uslu, Senior Researcher, ECN part of TNO
- Caliope Panoutsou, Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College
16:40 Questions & Discussion
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