The ADVANCEFUEL project that is coordinated by FNR, announces its second stakeholder workshop, which will be held on 20-21 November in Brussels, Belgium.
The workshop will bring together a number of European projects and other relevant stakeholders, to discuss innovative lignocellulosic cropping systems and supply chains.
The workshop will contribute to ADVANCEFUEL’s understanding of barriers regarding biomass supply by scrutinising innovative cropping schemes, exploring the challenges and opportunities of different supply and value chains, and comparing potential business models of feedstock provisioning.
ADVANCEFUEL is organising the workshop in co-operation with the SEEMLA project, back to back with that project’s final event. More information and joint registration to both events is available here.
On the morning of 20 November, the SEEMLA project will hold its final event, to present its developed approach and other results from the project, in the context of the EU’s policies for advanced biofuels and bioenergy.
On the afternoon of 20 November and the morning of 21 November, ADVANCEFUEL and SEEMLA will hold a joint workshop, contributing to the ADVANCEFUEL project’s understanding of barriers regarding biomass supply. The event will scrutinise innovative cropping schemes, explore the challenges and opportunities of different supply and value chains, and compare potential business models of feedstock provisioning.
An evening reception will be held on the afternoon of 20 November, open only to those who are participating in other sessions.
The full agenda can be accessed here.