Prospects for hybrid transportation fuels: the case of BioMates
28 April 2021 | 16:15 – 18:45 CEST
Dr Rocio Diaz-Chavez, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK
Presentation: The BioMates Project
Dr Stella Bezergianni, Research Director, CERTH (Centre for Research and Technology), Greece
Interactive Session 1:
Discussion on sustainability risks related to production of hybrid fuels such as BioMates and mitigating measures.
Interactive Session 2:
Discussion on BioMates insertion in the market: risks and enablers
Report on key outcomes of discussions in the two sessions, highlighting the prospects for BioMates
End of session
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
Public perception and social acceptance of new technologies and products play an important role in market diffusion and full-scale commercialisation. The workshop aims to instigate discussion on various aspects of hybrid fuel production as being developed the project BioMates with funding from Horizon2020 (Grant Agreement No 727463) to gauge public understanding and expectations of hybrid fuels. This activity will be run online over a two and a half-hour period, using the ZOOM online platform as a side event at the 29th EUBCE 2021.
The workshop will open with a brief introduction to the BioMates Project, and will then focus on two interactive sessions, where participants address questions around the sustainability of hybrid fuel value chains, and the risks and enablers of market diffusion. Participants will be recruited from stakeholders attending the EUBCE and from various sectors, including education and research, business, NGOs, investors, policy-makers, and public agencies. This will allow for a rich and lively discussion that will draw out varied perspectives on hybrid fuels that may help inform policy making and investment decisions. For further information on BioMates, please visit www.biomates.eu.
Imperial College London
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
Please note that this Programme may be subject to alteration and the Organisers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.