Record nummer 2250588
Titel Research and innovation perspective of the mid - and long-term potential for advanced biofuels in Europe
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authors: Paul Baker, Olivier Chartier, Robert Haffner, Laura Heidecke, Karel van Hussen, Lars Meindert, Barbara Pia Oberč, Karolina Ryszka, Pantelis Capros, Alessia De Vita, Kostas Fragkiadakis, Panagiotis Fragkos, Leonidas Paroussos, Apostolis Petropoulos, Georgios Zazias, Ingo Ball, Ilze Dzene, Rainer Janssen, Johannes Michel, Dominik Rutz, Marcus Lindner, Alexander Moiseyev, Hans Verkerk, Peter Witzke, Magda Walker
Auteur(s) Baker, Paul ; Chartier, Oliver ; Haffner, Robert ; Heidecke, Laura ; Hussen, Karel van ; Meindert, Lars ; Oberč, Barbara Pia ; Ryszka, Karolina ; Capros, Pantelis ; De Vita, Alessia ; Fragkiadakis, Kostas ; Fragkos, Panagiotis ; Paroussos, Leonidas ; Petropoulos, Apostolis ; Zazias, Georgios ; Ball, Ingo ; Dzene, Ilze ; Janssen, Rainer ; Michel, Johannes ; Rutz, Dominik ; Lindner, Markus ; Moiseyev, Alexander ; Verkerk, Hans ; Witzke, Peter ; Walker, Magda
Uitgever Brussels : European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation
Jaar van uitgave 2017
Pagina's 1 online resource (PDF, 155 pages) illustrations
ISBN 9789279705656; 9789279705724; 9279705652; 9279705725
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Trefwoorden (cab) biobased economy / biobrandstoffen / bio-energie / brandstofgewassen / hernieuwbare energie / transport
Rubrieken Transportsector / Bio-energie
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Research and Innovation (R&I) plays a central role in developing advanced biofuels technologies to help achieve the EU’s climate and energy targets. This study examines the R&I potential for feedstock production, advanced biofuels production, and use of advanced biofuels. The study quantifies R&I potential under future scenarios where EU targets are met. Improving feedstock supply and reducing conversion costs through research and innovation resulting in an increase of feedstock availability by 40-50 %, will contribute to the development of advanced biofuels.
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