The colloquium “ADVANCEFUEL – Unleashing the potential of innovative business models in rural areas using smart upgrading strategies” will provide latest results within the EU ADVANCEFUEL project.
Ongoing research and results on lignocellulosic biomass will be presented, in particular regarding:
- Cost reduction potentials, environmental, and social impacts of innovative cropping schemes
- Business model upgrading.
The ADVANCEFUEL project (http://www.advancefuel.eu/) aims to facilitate the commercialisation of advanced renewable transport fuels to contribute to the achievement of the EU’s renewable energy targets, and reduce carbon emissions in the transport sector to 2030 and beyond. The project brings together eight partners from seven different countries, including prominent research centres and universities.
ADVANCEFUEL looks into renewable fuels produced from lignocellulosic feedstocks, renewable hydrogen and CO2 streams, and provides market stakeholders with new knowledge, tools, standards and recommendations to help remove barriers to their uptake.