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2024 May 29 - 2024 May 30

2nd Annual Advanced Biofuels Forum

Date: 29 - 30 May 2024
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Hybrid)

An increasing number of population and urbanization growth together with various cultures are constantly driving an increasing demand for the deployment and generation of power grids for the future. We can say it’s of high demand that a sustainable global energy system is needed to tackle and lower the emission of carbon to the ecosystem, but to achieve this, the criteria needed to meet these expectations is ‘more energy’. Despite the rapid increase in demand of electric vehicles in the EU market, other automobiles such as the light and heavy-duty transport vehicles running on fuels and diesels, still account for a high percentage of carbon emission machines. While other carbon emission transport vehicles from marine and aviation are still on the rise.
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 is 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 energy.
Don’t miss this opportunity to know about the topics surrounding the Advanced Biofuel Forum, including the benefits, policy, structure, challenges and drive. Grab this opportunity to network and exchange ideas with intellects who specialize in this special sector and industry.
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