Connecting Science to Industry
The meeting point for all industry stakeholders to exchange cutting edge information and raise their knowledge about the future of the industry in the biomass and bioenergy sector.
RENEWABLE ENERGY |
THE KEY TO DECARBONISATION
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What is “the Industry Track”?
EUBCE 2021’s Industry Track is a selection of sessions throughout the conference focused on topics of interest to the private sector and driving market opportunities.
These will include exclusive presentations, panel discussions, debates, and interactive Q&As with the audience.
Influence the direction of the biomass industry
What topics will be discussed?
- Advances in Methanol, Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
- Small scale thermochemical conversion
- Large scale gasification
- Fast pyrolysis
- Sustainable resources for bio-based industrial processing
- Biobased products
- Biofuels and low carbon fuels
- Bioeconomy advances in India and China
- Decarbonising the aviation sector
Industry Track Sessions
‘The role of renewable energy sources will be increased and intensified in the energy market‘
A Message to EUBCE 2021 Participants
Dear EUBCE contributor and bioeconomy stakeholder.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented disturbance to all aspects of life, including: health, societal inclusion, work, energy and the environment. Recovery out of this pandemic will be an uphill battle for all while the role of renewable energy sources will be increased and intensified in the energy market.
Never before have the opportunities for a bioeconomy been better. Yet, at the same time, never before has the bioeconomy faced so many barriers to deploying innovative technologies into their respective market: from chemicals to materials, from energy to fuel.
During EUBCE 2021 we will look at the above issues, amongst others, including: How the bioeconomy can play a significant role and contribute to Europe’s and the global recovery.
Join your peers and other stakeholders from practically all attributes of the bioeconomy and help the debate on how to overcome the obstacles we face towards a bioeconomy community that can deliver the needs of European and global citizens.
Former European Commission, DG ENERGY | EUBCE Industry Coordinator
THE PLATFORM WHERE THE INDUSTRY DISCUSSES ITS FUTURE
The industry track offers everyday a more business-oriented approach, on market, industry, manufacturing, emerging end-products
WHY YOUR COMPANY SHOULD PARTICIPATE
Highlight industry advancements across the bioeconomy
Introduce innovative technologies into the market
Maintain the eu industry’s leading position
It is the industry that can deliver a clean energy transition
Plus, log-in credentials to the online platform will enable access to sessions recordings and all exhibit content until April 2022!
Want to contribute to the Booklet of Technologies?
A compilation of industry efforts to deploy innovative technologies in the area of advanced biofuels.
The Booklet of Technologies will be open for new entries to participants of EUBCE 2021 and accepting contributions relevant to all biomass conversion technologies, low carbon fuels and non-food crops.
The Booklet on Technologies was developed in 2020 on the occasion of the EU-India conference on advance Biofuels (link), as a means to disseminate the efforts of the industry and technology developers in fostering the deployment of innovative technologies in the area of advanced biofuels and represent a valuable contribution to the stakeholder and community discussions on the state of the art of the various innovative technologies.
In case you would be interested to submit the template for more than one technology please submit two templates or more. In case you would like to provide information for more than one plant of the same technology please add separate rows in the table of the template. This will become a living document updated at every EUBCE or whenever one of the contributors has new information to add.
The booklet will be uploaded in PDF on the site of the EUBCE on a permanent basis so that it can always be accessed freely by the stakeholders. Overall it takes little effort to complete the Booklet on Technologies template; however, the benefits can be significant.