In the European Union (EU), the goals are clear for 2030 with the implementation of the new Renewable Energy Directive (RED) in effect as of 2021. The EU Green Deal could provide a leap-frog opportunity in getting Europe Fit for 55 in terms of capacity buildout of renewable and sustainable transportation fuels. Fuels that, by displacing their fossil counterparts, improve local air quality and provide genuine greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions in the existing vehicle, vessel, and aircraft fleets. However, this requires long-term and coherent policies, technology agnostic and market neutral legislation, and a holistic life cycle approach to steering instruments.
Advanced Biofuels Forum will take you towards the ideology of the generation of fuels, from the first to the second and third, consisting of the biofuels, advanced biofuels, and true sustainable materials, which all have the potential to produce a cleaner energy market and industry globally. How are advanced biofuels essential in achieving a zero-carbon emission era? How are biofuels a medium to decrease the importation, use and combustion of fossil fuels and diesels? These are questions that will be answered and discussed during the session. The increase in confidence and interest of investors for the future will be determined by the scientific challenges and costs intertwined with the directive of renewable ;
Advanced Biofuels Forum is geared towards people that are involved in creating a sustainable transport sector and the forum will brings together industry leaders, and senior representatives from biodiesel producers, downstream oil companies, clean fuel producers, alternative fuels industries, process technology providers, fuel traders, brokers, consultants, crop science and feedstock suppliers to discuss current market trends, advancements & developments of advanced biofuels, existing regulation impacting the markets will be reviewed to ascertain where the most commercial developments & business opportunities lie in these rapidly growing markets.
Hear bright minds brainstorm about the risk and challenges in the transport industry making use of advanced biofuels. These challenges are known to restrict and disrupt the flexibility, efficiency, and cost-efficiency of the market. The session will also highlight policy concerning Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and express the opportunity and potential to tackle the challenges pinned out. Discuss about the policies used in the analysis of value chain, which are structured as (i) the roles of advanced biofuels current market and the EU policy, (ii) the challenges which restrict and disrupt the flexibility, efficiency, and cost-efficiency performance, (iii) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and (iv) the future